Igosave visits policewoman behind viral sound ‘carry me go where I no know’ on sickbed, solicits help (Video)

Stand-up comedian, Otaghware Otas Onodjayeke, popularly known as Igosave has moved the attention of Nigerians to the unfortunate condition of the policewoman behind the viral sound, ‘Help me, help me, e dey carry me go where I no know’.

In a video posted on his Instagram page, the comedian is seen with the woman identified as Mrs Helen Otabhor who had a bandage on her leg.

According to the story shared by Igosave, she was hit while controlling traffic at a checkpoint by a driver who took one way and fled afterwards.

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Igosave seized the opportunity to call on Nigerians to come to her aid, stating that she needs N1.5M for treatment.


The comedian promised to give the woman N500K. He called on comedians, musicians, and all content creators who have used the woman’s sound to support her. He specifically called on Asake to help the woman as he used her sound in his hit track, ‘Peace Be Unto You (PBUY)’.

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Sharing the video, he wrote:


“Our police work na wa o!

A call to all my Edo people and Nigerians home and abroad.

Help Mrs Helen Otabhor

Pls share this and tag others


@asakemusic and other entertainers please help this lady you have made money from her voice.

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Cc: @governorobaseki @officialasiwajubat @nigerianpolice.” 

Watch the video below:



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