Deborah Fraser was scammed by her ex-Nigerian husband of everything, According to Moffat Manganyi

Deborah Fraser was scammed by her ex-Nigerian husband of everything, According to Moffat Manganyi

Originally from South Africa, Deborah Fraser was a gospel vocalist. She was also known as “Doctor Deborah Fraser” during her time in the spotlight. When she was just a background singer in 1985, Abanye Bayombona released her first album, Abanye Bayombona. Over a million albums have been sold to date.

Immediately after Moffat Manganyi blamed a Nigerian scammer for the precarious financial state of the late Deborah Fraser, the Twitterverse was in flames. “She was scammed by her ex-Nigerian spouse of everything,” he claimed in a tweet. In Nigeria, we remind our sisters, that marriage is all about the green book. Those who know us say we’re envious.”

She had options, just like everyone else, and she chose one. In my opinion, blaming the Nigerian guy for the decisions she made is a bad idea.

The following are some of the tweets from people throughout the world. “Please,

This isn’t only a Nigerian thing to do.

The issue is one that is unique to each individual human being. Nigerians aren’t all scam artists. Please allow us to make the necessary changes to the story. I’m not suggesting there aren’t scammers in Nigeria; but, not everyone in Nigeria is a scammer. Please? Twitter user: “I’m sorry about how some of us in the country depict others, but please let’s stop generalizing.” Nigerians are being blamed.

There was a woman who had been employed by Transnet for a considerable period of time. She was smitten by a Nigerian man. He compelled her to resign and sell her home. That is what he told me when we first met. According to Lungelo, “He grabbed her pension money and she ended up hawking bread on the streets of Lagos” ”

We don’t know, but based on what we’ve heard from both sides, she was the one who mismanaged the finances.

“You can’t claim that they deceived you if you have a job and have been paid what you agreed upon.” One of my sisters was also left with debts and a suspended prison term for fraud… SAPS and the NPA sneaked the Nigerian Guy out of the country. They not only defraud you, but they also make fraudulent use of you. Mehlokazulu has been added to the list.

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Source: https://twitter.com/murphy_moffat/status/1528168321706823686?t=B6fPLdTBz4SwbTRhsCJsoQ&s=19

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