Ireti Doyle Distances Herself From Daughter’s Business Dragged For Defrauding Customers

Ireti Doyle Distances Herself From Daughter’s Business Dragged For Defrauding Customers

Nollywood actress Ireti Doyle has openly declared her non-involvement with business owned by her daughter Abimbola Ngozi Onyeulo.

Ireti Doyle Distances From Daughter's Business Dragged For Defrauding Customers
Photo of Ireti Doyle and Abimbola Ngozi Onyeulo.


Abimbola, who owns a hair buiness known as Kachi Beauty Products, has severally been accused of defrauding her customers.

An investigation had exposed how the entrepreneur carted away with over ₦40 million belonging to customers. Abimbola allegedly started a hair business scheme that promised to make wealthy those who joined its wholesale distribution.

The “empowerment scheme”, had attracted many young women and men both in Nigeria and in the diaspora, most of whom trusted Abimbola due to the status of her mother as a prominent actress.

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With purchases put in batches, Abimbola had introduced a distributors package. It cost ₦300,000 to subscribe to the silver category, ₦500,000 for gold subscribers while ₦1 million for platinum, and ₦5 million for diamond subscribers.

However, allegations from over 60 customers since the first quarter of 2021 have put Abimbola’s business in a negative light.

Customers on social media allege that Abimbola has refused to deliver their goods but rather block them on social media after taking their money.

In the wake of the controversy, Ireti Doyle took to her Instagram page on Monday 11th October to deny any affiliation with Kachi Beauty.

Doyle stressed that she is only Abimbola’s mother but isn’t in the board of directors, and does not own shares in the company. She also stressed that doesn’t partake in the company’s profit sharing and therefore advised Kachi beauty’s aggrieved customers not to associate her with the business.

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Meanwhile, Doyle’s disclaimer didn’t go down well with some customers who allege that she used her page to promote Abimbola’s business.


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Charis Ebiaghian

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