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“Stop Being A Slave Master” – Halima Abubakar Slams Uche Nancy Over Unpaid Debt

Halima Abubakar has called out Uche Nancy over a debt of N250K.

Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar has taken to social media to call out her colleague, Uche Nancy, for being a ‘slave master’ who refused to clearer her debts.

"Stop Being A Slave Master" - Halima Abubakar Slams Uche Nancy Over Unpaid Debt

Halima Abubakar Calls Out Uche Nancy Over Debt

In a post shared on her Instagram story, Halima alleged that Nancy borrowed the sum of N250,000 from her and refused to pay back the money.

Halima also shared a snapshot of a hand-written agreement signed by Nancy when taking the loan, warning the former against daring her next time.

The actress, who also described Nancy as a slave master, accused her of cheating her actors by paying them as low as N10,000 per movie shoot.

She wrote, “Uche Nancy here is ur hand writing. you borrowed the money. saying I should call out is not d best. No dare me next time dear. Try pay ur artiste. And stop being a slave master. you are so terrible. upon as u dey jam ppi head reach, u still dey pay ppl 10k to shoot. under harsh conditions. Uche Nancy, l no go ever forgive u.”

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"Stop Being A Slave Master" - Halima Abubakar Slams Uche Nancy Over Unpaid Debt

"Stop Being A Slave Master" - Halima Abubakar Slams Uche Nancy Over Unpaid Debt 1

KanyiDaily recalls that another actress, Cossy Orjiakor had recently challenged Halima Abubakar to a ring fight for “ending my career years back” with the dog scandal.

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