After she and her colleague Clemson Cornel were liberated from their captors, veteran actress Cynthia Okereke opened up about her experience in the kidnapper’s den.
Recall that the two actors were recently taken hostage in Enugu State while they were leaving a shoot.
Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) broke the news of their release, noting that the kidnappers who demanded a ransom of $100,000, changed their minds after being touched by God.
In a video making the rounds on social media, Cynthia Okereke while breaking silence, thanked the fans, security agencies, Colleagues and other stakeholders who contributed to their release.
According to her, they were not fed anything during the seven days they spent in captivity.
“FOR ONE WEEK, NO FOOD, NO WATER”
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