A nine-year-old African kid is reportedly the world’s youngest billionaire, who travels around the world in his private jet and has several mansions to his name.

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Muhammed Awal Mustapha flaunts his opulent lifestyle to his 29.7k Instagram followers. One of the photos shows him standing on the hood of a cream Bentley Flying Spur, which he claims his father purchased for him as his first automobile.

In another, he poses in front of a scarlet Lamborghini Aventador wearing fancy clothing from head to toe. “Happy birthday to me,” he said in the caption. More showy automobiles, including a yellow Ferrari, can be seen parked in front of one of his huge Dubai mansions. Ismailia Mustapha, often known as Mompha, is a millionaire Nigerian online personality. Mompha senior has the same high-end tastes as his son and is well-known for his lavish spending and A-list lifestyle. He commutes between his two houses in a

He travels back and forth between his homes in Lagos and the United Arab Emirates, and he has over a million Instagram followers.

Mompha is shown carrying wads of cash, living in seven-star hotels, and driving hypercars in photos. In 2019, he gave Mompha Jr his first mansion for his sixth birthday. “Owning your own house is one of the nicest emotions ever,” he allegedly wrote at the time. It can’t be expressed in words, and it can’t be measured in dollars.

 

“Being a homeowner is a feeling that makes the everyday struggle worthwhile.” It reassures you that you have somewhere to go after all the ups and downs. A place where you will never be judged and will always be welcomed with open arms.

“Congratulations on your new home, My Son.” Daddy’s birthday present to you.” Mompha Jr.’s accomplishments, according to his proud father, should be acknowledged in their own right.

 

“The youngest landlord who wears Gucci and still owns a house,” he said on Instagram.

He is deserving of praise because he has paid his dues in full.” Mompha is claimed to have built his riches in Lagos working at a bureau de change before going into investing.

Mompha, on the other hand, is now facing criminal accusations for allegedly laundering more than £10 million. Mompha was accused of hiding his fortune in fancy watches and other “movable assets” by Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency a few months ago. He was detained in detention for trial and subsequently freed on a 200 million naira bail, according to Nigerian authorities.

 

Now, Momha junior is among those rich kids of Nigeria who flaunt their private jets and jewels on Instagram. Often, people flood comment sections with congratulations and dreams to become like him.

In some people’s opinion, the kid isn’t the richest cause it’s his Dad paving all the ways for him. Then others said it’s wrong to put pressure on younger people who feel stupid for not ‘making it’. Some pointed fingers that the money is stolen and the boy shouldn’t be counted at all, in some others people’s opinion the boy should be educated on how to make his own money. 

 

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