BY ADEDIWURA OKELEYE
Nollywood actress Faithia Balogun is the latest celebrity to warn her fans against getting scammed by impersonators.
She posted a picture of her only Facebook page on her Instagram page and wrote:
“My dear fans, I’ve received complaints countless times concerning impersonators and scammers using my name and brand to extort unsuspecting individuals on social media platforms. This has been going on for a long time and I’m using this medium to appeal to you; there is only one authentic Facebook account operated by me – the picture is above and that is ‘Faithia Balogun’ (www.facebook.com/OfficialFaithiaBalogun), which I opened recently. I apologize to my fans who have been duped by these scoundrels. I love you all and don’t want any of you to fall victim anymore. You can also follow my official Instagram; @FaithiaWilliamsBalogun, my Twitter; @FaithiaWBalogun.
Love always. Cc @mediapanacheng”
Nollywood personalities like Mercy Aigbe and Genevieve Nnaji among others have also warned against falling victim to impersonators recently.