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Linda Ikeji has tendered an apology to the family of Mayowa Ahmed for publishing that the #SaveMayowa# fundraising campaign to raise N38 million for their daughter suffering from Ovarian Cancer was a scam. The allegation took up much of the headlines and was received with mixed reactions from Nigerians. Linda’s allegations have been long proved to be false and she has finally published the apology below: People who know me well will tell you that the easiest and fastest way to get money out of me is to tell me you’re sick. I hate seeing people that helpless. Over the years, I’ve donated and also used my platform to raise money for several sick people, including Mayowa Ahmed. Early morning on July 28th, I received a call saying the #SaveMayowa campaign was a scam. That the lady was terminally ill and the family had no intentions of using the money raised for her health to treat her as they had no invite from the hospital in Atlanta, neither did she even have a visa to the US.