For about four decades, the actor who hails from Ikorodu, Lagos, has graced many TV programmes and movies, particularly the Yoruba language genre.
"How on earth could a top cop go on twitter recklessly to issue this, "wanted person, please help me find this Yoruba woman, if your tip leads to her apprehension, I have a cash reward for you".
This particular movie quickly raised Mercy to the top of her acting career; her role in the movie also earned her African Magic Viewers Choice award in 2013.
So you need to work extra harder to see if it has to come your way. You are Igbo, yet you speak Yoruba so well. Tell us about it? I was born and bred in Lagos. I grew up in Ibadan and Abeokuta.
Captain Mathew Ekiende got married to Omotola when she was still a teenager and more amazing is that their wedding took place on bound, a flight from Lagos-Benin back in 2001.
Another resident told Punch Metro that the robbers promised to return the day after to continue the attack. He said, "Those people returned on Tuesday around 12 noon. Some of them wore red masks. They spoke English and a few even spoke Yoruba.
She made up those things to discredit my philanthropic works. I am from a proper disciplined Yoruba home. I was well trained and brought up under the fear of God.
But I didn't-and ended up, having to start all over again. What happened? I'd just gotten my diploma and was working at Guaranteed Trust Bank (Benin). I wanted to further my education, in the USA.
I never believed I travelled all the way from Lagos to Enugu for a waka-pass role. When I was offered the money I rejected it. Then I knew it would be a long journey. I never knew one of the crew members was watching me.