Police Launch A Missing Nollywood Star Search

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According to the Police Command in Enugu State, an inquiry has been started to identify and find the missing Nollywood actress Cynthia Okereke.

This information was provided to the News Agency of Nigeria on Saturday in Enugu by the command's public relations officer, DSP Daniel Ndukwe.

The report that is currently in our possession focuses on a case of an abandoned and recovered vehicle as well as a missing individual, according to Ndukwe.

According to him, the car was left behind and found near Four-Corners on the Enugu-Port-Harcourt Expressway, specifically inside Ozalla community in Nkanu West Local Government Area of Enugu State.

The red Toyota RAV4 Jeep with the registration number AGL 199 CY was discovered to have been parked in an unoccupied space at Four-Corners on the Enugu-Port-Harcourt Expressway on July 29 at around 7:30 in the morning. "Therefore, the location was visited and the vehicle recovered. Interestingly, at around 11:30 a.m. on the same day, another report was received claiming that the vehicle belonged to Cynthia Okereke (f), a Nollywood actress who was last seen on July 26.

According to the report that the command had at its disposal, only one individual was listed as missing, the police spokesman claimed.

However, the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) Director of Communications, Mrs. Monalisa Chinda-Coker, claimed that the families of the actors Clenson Cornel and Okereke had confirmed that they had not gone home after leaving a filming location in the Ozalla town.

"The two Actors Guild of Nigeria members, Okereke and Cornel alias Agbogidi were suspected missing after their family members reported they didn't return back from a film site in Ozalla community," Chinda-Coker said in a statement.

Members' concerns regarding the safety of actors filming in the nation have grown as a result of the two members' kidnapping suspicions.

The National President of the Guild, Mr. Rollas Ejezie, responded to the incident by directing all performers to refrain from filming on the outskirts of cities unless complete security protection was offered to secure their safety.

While asking the security forces to expedite the inquiry that would result in their safe recovery, he expressed dismay over the shocking development.

However, it was also learned via the AGN president that the $100,000 ransom demanded by the Nollywood stars' kidnappers.

It is a known kidnapping case. They've gotten in touch and asked for $100,000," Rollas stated. (NAN)

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