Ugezu, Chizzy Alichi, and Others React to Cynthia Okereke and Clemson’s Kidnapping and Release

Chizzy Alichi, Ugezu J. Ugezu, Shirley Igwe, and Susan Peters, among others, have celebrated the release of their colleagues Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel by their kidnappers.

Chizzy took to Instagram in the early hours of Thursday, August 4 to share the good news following the announcement by the Actors Guild of Nigeria.

Chizzy Alichi expressed thanks to God for their safe arrival. “They have been released unharmed to the glory of God,” she wrote. God is the best.”

Other actors have also expressed their delight at the news. Please see the following:

Nwokeukwu, Chiamaka Thank you, Lord, wrote Ulasi. Our prayers were not in vain.

God be praised, wrote Tchidi Chikere.
Ugezu Miracle worker, according to J. Ugezu

Thank God, wrote Susan Peters.

Jennifer Eliogu stated, “All glory to God alone.”

Adaora Ukoh stated, “May God be praised because what he cannot do does not exist.”

Shirley Igwe wrote: God is dependable.
In a statement signed by its spokesperson Monalisa Chinda-Coker, the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) announced their release on Wednesday night.

While the AGN did not specify the two’s condition upon release, Monalisa stated in the statement that the guild “has arranged for medical checks and psychological support for the victims.”

Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel, aka Agbogidi, went missing after failing to return home from a filming location in Ozalla Town, Enugu State, on Thursday.

On Saturday, their kidnappers contacted their families and demanded $100,000 in ransom.

According to AGN president Emeka Rollas, the kidnappers turned down a ransom offer of N1.2 million.

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