The wealthiest of the wealthy children! Inside the opulent life of a Nigerian child, 9, dubbed the “world’s youngest millionaire,” who bought his first property at the age of six and has a fleet of sports vehicles thanks to his internet celebrity father.

Mompha Junior is just nine years old, but his Nigerian internet-famous father has already rewarded him with a home and a fleet of flashy sports cars.

On his Instagram account, the young influencer, who has been dubbed the world’s ‘youngest millionaire,’ has 25,700 followers and uploads photographs of his opulent lifestyle. From standing in front of a scarlet Lamborghini Aventador to sitting on the bonnet of a cream Bentley Flying Spur, the child wears fashionable clothing from head to toe, including Versace and Gucci.

Mompha Junior bought his first house when he was six years old, and he now travels the world by private jet with his wealthy father, Nigerian online sensation Ismailia Mustapha, also known as Mompha, 42, who bought it for him.

According to sources, the CEO of a Lagos Bureau De Change has a net worth of $15 million, and it is unclear how his son qualifies as a billionaire.

Mompha Junior (pictured) is only nine years old, but his Nigerian internet-famous father has already rewarded him with a home and a fleet of flashy sports vehicles.

Mompha Junior (seen in Dubai with his father) reportedly bought his first property when he was six years old and travels the world by private jet with his wealthy father. Ismailia Mustapha, often known as Mompha, is a Nigerian internet star.

On his Instagram account, the young influencer (shown in Dubai) – who is thought to be the world’s youngest billionaire – has 25,700 followers and publishes photographs of his opulent lifestyle.

From standing in front of a scarlet Lamborghini Aventador to sitting on the bonnet of a cream Bentley Flying Spur, the child (seen in Dubai) wears expensive clothing from head to toe, including Versace and Gucci.

‘Happy birthday to me’ and ‘Thanks Daddy’ was captioned on several of Mompha Junior’s photos of his automobile collection.

One of the youngster’s supercars appears to be a yellow Ferrari, which can be seen parked outside a luxury property in Dubai is one of his photos.

Mompha Junior appears to have inherited his extravagant taste from his father, Mompha senior, who is reported to be notorious for his extravagant spending and lavish lifestyle.

Mompha senior spends his time between his homes in Lagos and the United Arab Emirates, where he shares photos of his jet-setting existence with his 1.1 million Instagram followers.

Photographs on his social media account show him flaunting money, posing with fancy shopping bags, and even posing with lions and tigers at a safari park on Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island.

‘Happy birthday to me’ and ‘Thanks Daddy’ was captioned on several of Mompha Junior’s (seen in Dubai) photographs showcasing his collection of automobiles.

The youngster’s (pictured) supercar collection also appears to include a yellow Ferrari, which can be seen parked outside a luxury property in Dubai is one of his photos.

For his sixth birthday in 2019, the adoring father is said to have purchased his only kid his first house.

‘Owning your own house is one of the nicest experiences ever,’ he commented online at the time. It can’t be expressed in words, and it can’t be measured in dollars.

‘Having a home is a feeling that makes the daily grind 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 house, my son. Daddy’s birthday present to you.’

Mompha Junior (seen in Dubai) appears to have inherited his extravagant taste from his father, Mompha senior, who is reported to be known for his lavish spending and lavish lifestyle.

He later lauded his son’s accomplishments on Instagram, writing, “The youngest landlord who wears Gucci and still owns a house.” He is deserving of praise because he has paid his debts in full.’

Mompha, the CEO of a Bureau De Change in Lagos, is accused of laundering more than £10 million.

Mompha’s money was allegedly hidden in immovable assets,’ according to accusations made by Nigeria’s anti-corruption agency earlier this month. Mompha has pled not guilty to all of the counts leveled against him. He has been remanded in detention until his trial. According to local media, he was then freed on a £350,000 bond.

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