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Abductors Of Nollywood Stars Cynthia Okereke, Clemson Cornel Demand $100,000 Ransom

Kidnappers of Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel are demanding the sum of $100,000 for their release.

Kidnappers who abducted two veteran Nollywood actors, Clemson Cornel, and Cynthia Okereke have demanded $100,000 in ransom payment.

Abductors Of Nollywood Star Cynthia Okereke, Clemson Cornel Demand $100,000 Ransom

Clemson Cornell & Cynthia Okereke Kidnapped

KanyiDaily recalls that the two movie stars were declared missing on Friday after their family members confirmed they didn’t come back from a film location at Ozalla Town in Enugu State.

On Saturday, the National President of the Guild, Ejezie Emeka Rollas said the kidnappers had established contact with the families of the actors and demanded $100,000 to set them free.

Rollas. who spoke with Premium Times, said that they were praying to God for His intervention and for him to put confusion in their midst.

“The kidnappers have made contact with the families and are demanding the sum of $100,000. We pray to God for his intervention and for Him to put confusion in their midst,” he said.

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Rollas added that the Guild was working closely with different security operatives to get the kidnapped actors released.

He said the Guild was not sure of what to expect from them as the same thing was happening everywhere in the country.

“We are also working closely with the different security operatives, but we are not sure what to expect from them because the same thing is happening everywhere in the country,” he stated.

This comes hours after Enugu Police Command said it had launched an investigation into the matter and recovered a vehicle belonging to Cynthia Okereke from where it was abandoned on the highway.

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