Kidnappers asked Nollywood to support Nnamdi Kanu — Okereke

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An entertainer, Cynthia Okereke, who was as of late seized and delivered, has said her snatching was an error, as she was not the objective of the hijackers.

Review that Okereke and a partner, Clemson Cornell, were seized in Enugu State, and their criminals were said to have requested a payoff of $100,000.

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In a meeting with Sunday Scoop, Okereke said, “They let me know I was not the one they were searching for. They expressed that since they couldn’t get who they initially needed, they needed to take me. It was a happenstance.”

She likewise expressed that in spite of certain reports, a payment was paid before she was delivered. She said, “It is completely false.”

Asked how much was paid to get her opportunity, the entertainer said, “That is everything I won’t say to you, yet a payment was paid. I don’t believe it should become famous online however the payment was paid. My significant other was the person who took the payment to Ngwa in Abia State.”

Relating her involvement with the hijackers’ lair, she said, “They didn’t give me anything. For the initial two days, I was there, I was not given any food. It was on the third day they gave me milk and a malt drink. Since my stomach was vacant, I realize that I would upchuck assuming I took it, so I declined.”


Inquired as to whether the hijackers perceived her as an entertainer, Okereke said, “When they caught us at Centenary Junction in Enugu, they said, ‘Cynthia Okereke, you figure we don’t have any acquaintance with you? Thus, I asked them what they needed and argued that they ought to take my vehicle when they shot very high. They said they didn’t require the vehicle.”

OKEREKE On how they were shipped to the lawbreaker’s sanctuary, the entertainer said, “We were wrapped with a trampoline and taken to an obscure objective. It was the next morning that one of them inquired as to whether I know where I was. I said I didn’t have any idea and let me know we were in Ebonyi State.”

Reviewing a portion of the things the hijackers told her while in their camp, she said, “They said Nollywood isn’t supporting Nnamdi Kanu (organizer behind the Indigenous People of Biafra), that we ought to come out as a group to help him. As per them, ‘Kanu is battling for everybody (Igbo individuals).”

In the mean time, when Sunday Scoop set a call up with the other hijacked entertainer, Clemson Cornel, the individual who picked up the telephone expressed that he was getting treatment in the clinic.