Filmmaker Faith Ojo calls out Lizzy Anjorin and husband over alleged land-grabbing

“If you aren’t in the game to set me up to destroy, share receipts to back up your claims” Lizzy Anjorin hits back at Faith Ojo

US-based filmmaker Faith Ojo has renewed her accusations against Adegboyega Lateef Lawal, husband of actress Lizzy Anjorin, regarding an alleged land grabbing incident.

In a recent Instagram post, Faith Ojo claimed that Mr. Lawal, along with Lizzy Anjorin, conspired to take over her land in Lagos.

The filmmaker wrote:

“Alhaji Lathief Lawal (Lizzy Anjorin husband) you claimed you bought my land in 2011 when you were based in abroad and that was why you didn’t know I was already on the land upto 2023 (lies).

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“Oga Lathief, now that you are back to Nigeria and have permanent residence in Idumota please produce the land papers you claimed the seller issued to you when you bough the said land.

“The Court has ordered that you produce the papers and you have been given 42 days to do so. The 42 days is almost elapsing and you are yet to tender the land papers in Court.”

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In another post, Faith Ojo continued:

“What other lies are you going to tell the Court on the next adjourned date? The world is watching.

“He who fetches ant-infested wood has invited lizards to his home. Ấnd the man that swallows a pestle must sleep standing up. By colluding with your fraudulent wife to grab my land in Lagos, you have swallowed a pestle..”

Previously, the Magistrate Court in Oyingbo Ebute-Metta, Lagos, had taken action in a case involving Lizzy Anjorin’s husband and Alhaji Sulaimon of Okun-Ajah, among others.

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Alhaji Sulaimon is accused of causing damage to properties worth 15 million naira, which were meant for an orphanage and disabled children owned by Faith Ojo.

Despite the efforts of Zone 2 Police to address the alleged crimes, the defendant and his associates managed to escape arrest while police investigations were ongoing.

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