E-Money Denounces False Accusations Amid Junior Pope’s Funeral

E-Money Denounces False Accusations Amid Junior Pope’s Funeral

By Muminat Ajide

Amidst the ongoing funeral of the late Jnr Pope which is currently holding at his hometown. Ukehe, in Nsukka, Igboetiti LGA of Enugu state. Billionaire businessman E-money reacted after two women accused him of having a hand in Junior Pope’s death and having an affair with his wife.

A video made by a blogger prompted the reaction from Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as E-Money, addressing the accusations made by the two women regarding Junior Pope’s demise.

Junior Pope, also known as John Paul Obumneme Odonwodo, was a Nigerian actor and film producer who tragically died alongside four others on April 10 when their boat capsized in the Anam River while returning from a movie shoot.

In a statement posted on his Instagram page, E-Money expressed his dismay: “I’ve noticed some people spreading damaging and false information about my relationship with my late brother, Junior Pope, and his family during this difficult time of mourning. These actions disrespect the memory of the deceased and deeply hurt our grieving family.”

Asserting his stance against such slander, he vowed to take action: “I can’t sit idly by while this unjust behavior continues. I’m determined to identify these unscrupulous individuals and ensure they face consequences. We need to clean up our social media space and let the law handle this. Moreover, bloggers who spread this information without proper verification won’t be exempt from our pursuit of justice.”

He also appealed for assistance in apprehending the two women responsible for their malicious accusations: “Anyone with credible information that can help authorities catch these individuals should come forward. Your help won’t just bring justice; it’ll be greatly appreciated.”


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