Prominent men like, a very popular minister from the south-west and a former “uncommon” PDP governor from the south-south are in the lewd images, police sources told TheCable Lifestyle. Also, the naked picture of a bank MD was accessed on the seized laptop, while a high-flying lawyer and businessman from Kogi state was seen pulling down his boxer’s shorts in one of the videos, the insider said. The brother of a famous retired general from the middle belt was also seen in some of the pictures.
The men have started running from pillar to post in desperate bid to keep their names from appearing on the Matharoos’ client list.
Findings revealed that they are jittery because of the likely impact of such revelation on their homes and work. They are worried that if the Matharoos name them as patrons, their business and social relationships would suffer.
All is certainly not well with the Matharoos’ high networth clients as they have practically lost their peace of mind. Many of them do not know how to break the news to their wives. They are scared of their wives’ reactions and the despise they would suffer from friends and family.
It is even more likely that many of the Matharoos’ clients would lose their positions of power and eminence in the boardroom at their work places. This is because no reputable business would agree to be led by an established patron of commercial sex workers.
According to TheCable Lifestyle, “There are also strong indications that the digital copies of the 274 pictures and videos of randy Nigerian billionaires — discovered on their seized laptop by the police — are still intact.
Insiders in the know of the saga told TheCable Lifestyle that because of the scandalous images of famous Nigerians found on their laptop, a deal was struck to allow the girls leave the country quietly because of the potential national embarrassment.
They were accused of being the brain behind a website, NaijaGistLive, where threats to expose the dirty secrets of the billionaires were regularly published — and a third party was said to be collecting hush money, usually in foreign currencies, on their behalf”.
“The fear of a scandal of global proportions blowing up in the media during their trial led to a change of tact,” a source familiar with the soft landing deal told TheCable Lifestyle.
The police may withdraw the charges when the case is called on January 26 at the magistrate court, except there is a change of plans.
They were then allowed to quietly return to Canada and are now “safe back home”.
But recent posts on Instagram under the account name “9jagistlive4” suggest that the publications could continue — this time with no “extortion” involved.
The posts appear targeted at Femi Otedola, the billionaire businessman who was celebrated as bursting the two-girl ring by sending detectives after them.
The account operator, who used the singular “I” in the posts, promised that the website will come back with better security and would continue to expose the dirty secrets of Nigerian billionaires who cheat on their wives”. TheCable