Comedian Ali Baba gets N2m richer after Jacob Zuma's visit to Nigeria

Comedian AliBaba is now N2million richer, courtesy of South Africa's president, Jacob Zuma's visit to Nigeria.
The ace comedian revealed he had told a renowned lawyer that the South African president would visit Nigeria following the fine on MTN by the federal government but the Lawyer doubted it so they had a bet of N2million.
As fate would have it, President Zuma visited Nigeria today and during the press conference which held at the presidential villa, President Buhari defended the $3.9b fine on MTN by the Nigeria National Communication NCC.
President Mohammadu Buhari blamed network provider, MTN for the loss of 10,000 lives  due to the delay in the registration of sim cards

“This is the first time I will personally as a president be making a public comment about it. The concern of the federal government is basically on the security and not the fine imposed on MTN. You know how the unregistered GSM are being used by terrorists. “And between 2009 and today, at least 10,000 Nigerians were killed by Boko Haram. That was why NCC asked MTN, Glo and the rest of them to register GSM. Unfortunately, MTN was very, very slow and contributed to the casualties”. Buhari said
 The South African company has so far paid $250 million.
Anyway, read what Alibaba pasted about his N2million win below: