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Nigerian Singer Mr Eazi Robbed In Ghana, Appeals For Return Of His Phones And Laptop

Mr Eazi has been robbed in Accra ahead of Christmas.

Nigerian singer, Mr Eazi has taken to social media to plead for help from his Ghanaian colleagues, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Medikal and Shatta Wale over his stolen property.

Nigerian Singer Mr Eazi Robbed In Ghana, Appeals For Return Of His Phones And Laptop 1

In series of post shared on Tuesday via his Twitter page, Mr Eazi announced that he was robbed of his laptop and phone in Accra, Ghana.

He suspects that the thief has taken the items to Tiptoe Lane, a popular area in Accra where laptops and mobile phones are sold.

While calling on his Ghanaian fans to help him find his stolen property, Mr Eazi described his laptop saying it has a particular artwork at the background before the password is entered.

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He further reached out to his colleagues in Ghana, Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and Medikal, begging them to use their influence in order to get his gadgets back.

KanyiDaily recalls that Mr. Eazi had made some shocking revelations about himself that till date he doesn’t have a car of his own, he prefers using the Uber.

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