We have heard stories about genesis of the 2011 Porsche wedding gift Naeto C and Nicole received on their wedding day. First it was rumoured that the gift was from D’banj but it soon became obvious that it was from his ex brother in-law Dumebi Kachukwu. The story did not end there, Dumebi found out that the car sold to him was ‘Tokumbo’ in a new body. Here is the inside gist from renowned blogger Stella. Enjoy!
No one will forget rapper Naeto C’s wedding in a hurry…..Who gets married and gets a Posh cayenne as gift?…..You tell me.
The can of worms unravelled by the rappers posh cayenne wedding gift is still the talk of the moment and the man at the centre of this controversy is none other than car dealer and CEO of Mega Point Mr Larry who has been fingered with questionable character.
Mr Larry recently distributed some money around town to run down the name of Dumebi kachikwu and that is what I find so annoying….Why distribute money to online bloggers to Run down a mans character if your hands are clean?
Who amongst all the online people running down this story to Mr Larrys advantage collected money?the money distributed was 600k so i hope those spreading the lies got a fair share otherwise you would have been used in Mr Larry game of pawn.
Mr Larry has used his giant teeth to bite the finger that has fed him,he is busy granting interviews and spreading lies but inside sources swear he has been sending people to beg Mr Kachikwu to overlook what happened.
I read his sorry peice where he was quoted as saying ”We agreed on everything that he’s going to pay on Monday but now that he has shined with the car and can’t raise the money he’s telling me stories.”
My Question is How can someone who borrowed larry N20million naira when he was in need of it not be able to pay him N14million naira?
Our forefathers say that ”everyday for the thief but na one day owner owner go halla!
This is the genesis of ” A man who bites the finger…..”
”Mr Kachikwu’s first encounter with Larry was in the Late 90s when he used to sell used tires in Itire, Surulere.
He sold him four used tires for his Honda Accord and claimed they were new. He returned the money when it almost became a police matter.
Fast forward to 2008, 2009 when Larry approached Mr Kachikwu again through a friend and said he was a dealer in luxury cars.
His face was immediately recognized even though he was now light skinned.
He tried to sell Mr Kachikwu a couple of cars but each time the car was delivered it would be noticed that the car was a used car packaged as a new car.
One weekend four years ago, Larry flew to Abuja on a saturday and asked Mr Kachikwu for N20M naira loan. He said he had a problem with somebody and that he would pay back in 4 months or supply a brand new Bentley for about N32 million naira.
Mr Kachikwu a car freak gave him the N20M naira and asked him to deliver the Bentley.Larry also got a cheque of N12M NAIRA to balance up the bentley money.
When Larry delivered the Bentley the leather was so worn that a Bentley dealership in the US was called to make enquiries. it was discovered that the car was two years old and that it had done over 20,000 miles which means that Larry had tampered with the mileage setting. They asked that the matter be reported to the FBI since it was a federal offence.
Larry refused to return Mr kachikwus money until the EFCC came into the matter and He promptly returned paid up and apologised. He prevailed on Mr Kachikwus friends to beg on his behalf for almost two years.
He was forgiven.
In December of 2010 he sold Mr Kachikwu a 2011 Infinity jeep and early this year he sold him another Infinity jeep claiming it was a 2012 model. It has just been discovered that the two cars are both 2011 models..meaning he sold the same car, same model, same colour twice as different cars.
Larry also sold Mr Kaxhikwu a mercedes benz S63 for N30M which turned out to be used.He was asked him to to refund the money but hasnt till date even though he picked up the car.
In December 2011 he sold Mr Kachikwu a supposed 2012 Rolls Royce Ghost for N65M but After the car stopped on the road twice Rolls Royce head office was contacted and they said they had no record of the car.