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Meet world’s youngest billionaire, he owns a mansion and private jet

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Muhammed Awal Ismailia Mustapha

In an era with booming entrepreneurship success stories, success is often measured by the value one has in terms of money. The success, however, is years of hard work and toil that get people where they are today. There are several social media platforms in the digital world.

The majority of the users surf these sites for entertainment purposes and to interact with their friends, relatives etc. Many people think that spending time on social media is a mere waste of time. You’re wrong if you come up with this statement. Besides all this entertainment stuff, one should take note of the fact that social media also serve as the best opportunity to build a career.

The youths who didn’t get a job outside the world have started to jump into the online world for a better future. Meanwhile, Ismailia Mustapha has established himself as the richest boy in Nigeria. Nigerian internet celebrity is popularly known as Mompha. He travels around the world in a private jet and owns several mansions.

Can you guess his age? He is just 9 years old and is living a lavish life. Coming from Nigeria, Muhammed Awal Mustapha owns multiple supercars and a private jet. Nigerian internet celebrity has been nicknamed the world’s ‘youngest billionaire’ and has over 25,000 followers on Instagram with only 9 posts.

Meet world's youngest billionaire, he owns a mansion, private jet and other luxurious things
Meet world's youngest billionaire, he owns a mansion, private jet and other luxurious things
Meet world's youngest billionaire, he owns a mansion, private jet and other luxurious things
Meet world's youngest billionaire, he owns a mansion, private jet and other luxurious things

The 9-year-old boy identified as Mompha Junior on Instagram was given his first mansion when he was 6 by his father. “It reassures you that after all the ups and downs you have a place to go to…. A place that will never judge you and always invite you with open arms… Congrats My Son on your New Home. Ur birthday Gift from Daddy,” he reportedly wrote on social media at the time.

Meanwhile, Mompha, the CEO of a Lagos Bureau De Change, has been accused of laundering over £10million. A court, previously, this month, heard claims by Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency that claimed that Mompha hid his wealth in movable assets. Needless to say, the multimillionaire pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

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