Connect with us


Nollywood Actress, Empress Njamah’s Ex-Lover Turned Blackmailer Arrested In Liberia



Nollywood actress, Empress Njamah’s ex-lover, George Wade has been arrested in Liberia.

"Do Not Dwell In The Past" - Empress Njamah Advices After Breakup Drama With Ex-Fiance

Empress Njamah disclosed this in a post on her Instagram stories on Monday.

In the post, she shared a video of Wade being led in handcuffs.

The caption of the post reads, “Our God is not asleep. @empressnjamah’s blackmailer finally caught in Liberia.”

READ:  How Ogun State Police Rescued Kidnaped Journalist

Recall that the actress had some time back, accused Wade of domestic abuse and blackmail after their relationship went sour.

Empress Njamah, in a live stream shared via her business page last December, revealed that the engagement video posted on her page earlier in the month was made under duress.

She also disclosed that she had been scammed, beaten, and held hostage by Wade before her eventual escape.

“He wrecked me, finished everything. This person I’m telling you actually got a ring and forced me to do a video, which he posted on my page because he has access to my page. He changed all the passwords and logged me out of every email I have, everything I have, all my phones, my iCloud, everything, I don’t have access to anything, I don’t mind.

READ:  Sani Abacha's Second In Command General Oladipo Diya Rtd Is Dead

“I’m alive to tell you the story, I was able to run that night, I ran into the street, not minding who or how, I fell into a gutter. I was able to see a mallam to ask for a phone. I called my brother and he picked me up from the hospital, and the following morning, took me home,” she said in the video.

Even after her escape, Wade continued to threaten the actress.

Kanyi Daily reported that Wade eventually leaked her nude pictures and videos via a WhatsApp group chat in which he added blogs and several people.

In other news, a 47-year-old hotelier, Paul Niwa, and one Michael Odunayo have been arrested by the Ogun State Police Command for allegedly stealing a bus that belongs to A&G Logistics Transport Company, Sagamu.

READ:  INEC Releases Guidelines, Bans Campaigns In Churches, Mosques

Continue Reading
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *