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Kidnappers Of Cynthia Okereke And Clemson Cornell Demand $100,000 Ransom
President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Emeka Rollas, has released update on the alleged kidnap of it’s two members, Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel.
According to Rollas, abductors of the veteran actors have asked for a ransom of $100,000.
“They have made contact and they are demanding for the sum of $100,000 in ransom”, he stated.
Recall that in a statement signed by the Director of Communications of the AGN, Monalisa Chinda-Coker, it was stated that the two actors were suspected to have been kidnapped.
In an interview with Saturday Beats, Rollas stated, “We have not confirmed the kidnapping in any way.” The only thing we know is that Cynthia Okereke’s account was completely cleared this morning (Friday).
“We’re hoping to get a signal from the people holding them hostage to determine whether it’s a kidnap or not.”
Chinda-initial Coker’s statement read, “The two members were suspected of being kidnapped, which has increased fear among members about the safety of actors filming in the country.”
“Because of this sad development, the Guild’s National President, Ejezie Emeka Rollas, has instructed all actors to avoid filming on the outskirts of cities unless full security cover is provided to ensure their safety.”
Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornell were allegedly kidnapped after leaving a movie set in Enugu State.
Cynthia Okereke and Clemson, aka Agbogidi, were reportedly missing after their family members confirmed they did not return from a film location in Ozalla Town, Enugu State, according to Monalisa Chinda.
In her statement, she also revealed that the National President of the Actors Guild, Emeka Rollas, has asked members to avoid filming on the outskirts of cities unless full security is provided to ensure safety.
Rollas also asked all members to pray for the safe return of their colleagues who had gone missing.
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