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IVD:Instagram has deactivated Blessing CEO’s account

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IVD: Instagram has deactivated Blessing CEO’s account

 

Instagram has deactivated Blessing CEO's account

 

Meta, the parent company of Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp, has deactivated the Instagram account of a well-known self-proclaimed relationship expert known as Blessing CEO.

 

Meta deactivated Blessing’s account after siding with celebrity auto dealer Ikechukwu Ogbonna, also known as IVD, over the death of his wife Bimbo Ogbonna.

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Bimbo reportedly died as a result of injuries sustained in a fire that broke out in their home in Megamound Estate as a result of violence.

 

Blessing, who claimed to be IVD’s official relationship therapist, added to her case for his innocence,” the family of late Bimbo is after IVD’s properties and life, especially her elder sister, Mama Jazz.”

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The relationship expert’s statement drew criticism on social media, and her Instagram account was deactivated.

 

Confirming the news, Blessing CEO has since created a new Instagram account, revealing that her previous account had been disabled. She added, however, that no one could ever intimidate her.