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I don’t play girls, I’m honest to a fault – Ahmed Mazloum

In the world of entertainment, Mr Kilimanjaro, Ahmed Mazloum, Managing Director of Unitop International Limited, is as popular as the next Nigerian superstar.

Jim Iyke, Kate Henshaw, name it, they have all crossed his path because he is never too far away from the sight and sound of the make-believe world. In fact, his company has sponsored a couple of entertainment shows like the ‘Warri Again’ show and it wouldn’t come as a big shock if his next business move is to invest in entertainment.

With all his money, good looks, influence and drive, Mr Kilmanjaro is single. Not that he couldn’t have his pick of any woman he wants, he is never one coy with the ladies as he has been seen with many beauties you would think just stepped out of some magazine.

 In fact when he posted on his Instagram page that, “It is better to wait long than marry wrong”, it was like a distress call to the ladies as they came barging in on him with all sorts of romantic entreaties. A couple of them even proposed. One look at him, would get you thinking is one on sampling spree to find his bride. Is he another playboy on the loose, claiming victim after victim?

To call me a ladies man is a bit too extreme. I am an open person, fun-loving and I like the opposite sex very much but don’t get me wrong. I can also be a good boy when I am with the right girl. The ladies like me and I like them back, until I get married. To call me a playboy is unfair to me. Yes, I appreciate women but I’m nothing but a guy who appreciates what he sees  and knows what he likes.  I don’t play girls. Playboys do that. In fact, I am honest to a fault when it comes to girls,” he said, in response to query on whether he’s a playboy or not. And one ex beauty queen and actress, Ronke Tiamiyu seems to agree with him as a post on her Instagram page to the Warri-Lebanese-Nigerian man on his birthday reads; “ Happy birthday darling @mrmazloum, husband material one million yards. I wish you all the best in life,have fun and enjoy your day, it’s sad I’m not there to party with you.” Related

Ahmed Mazloum is a Lebanese-Nigeria who grew up in Warri, Delta State. His company, Unitop international is a great contender in the civil construction and marine engineering sector. His next business move as he has hinted in a chat is the entertainment industry, hoping to bring his Midas to bare in the make-believe world.

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