Nollywood Actors Abductors demands $100,000 Ransom for their release!!!
BARELY 24 hours after the abduction of two Nollywood stars, Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel, otherwise known as Agbogidi, President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas has confirmed that their abductors have made contact with their families and demanded the sum of $100,000 to set them free.
Okereke and Cornel were reported missing by their family members on Friday after they failed to return home from a filming they went to at Ozalla Town in Enugu State with AGN calling for prayers and urging members of the association to stop shooting in the outskirts of the city.
Rollas disclosed that families of the actors have been devastated and worried since the abductors of the actors made contact with them on Saturday.
According to the AGN boss, their abductors demanded $100,000 as ransom for the release of their colleagues, adding that security agencies have been alerted and have started making efforts to track the possible location of the kidnappers and return them safely.
“It is true that their abductors have contacted the family members and demanded $100,000. Our worst fears have been confirmed and we are really worried about the safety of our veteran actors. We have been working tirelessly in the last 24 hours to make contact and speak with relevant authorities.”