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‘Whatever You Do, Don’t Ever Be A Victim In Nigeria’ -Mary Njoku’s Open Letter To Nigerian Ladies Is A Must Read!

‘Whatever You Do, Don’t Ever Be A Victim In Nigeria’ -Mary Njoku’s Open Letter To Nigerian Ladies Is A Must Read!

Nollywood actress and savvy entrepreneur, Mary Remmy Njoku has sent a message to Nigerian ladies.

The mother of three in a post shared on her Instagram page, appealed to ladies to never allow themselves become “victims in Nigeria.”

The Harvard undergraduate argued that when a woman becomes a victim in a country like Nigeria, even to the point of death, she will be blamed for it and made to feel that it was her fault for suffering.

The ROK studio CEO added that we need to improve as a people.

Njoku said this in reaction to the news of the two female friends Celine Ndudim and Afiba Tandoh who travelled from Port Harcourt, Rivers state to Aba, Abia state on April 27, 2024, to visit a man they met on Facebook.

The ladies have since been missing, while the man who is suspected to be an organ harvester has been killed while trying to evade arrest.

A follow-up report indicated that their bodies were later found.

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Read her post below…

“Dear Ladies Whatever you do, don’t ever be a victim in Nigeria. Cos, Your own don finish! Even if you die, ‘na your fault’ SAD We need to start doing better as a people! We need to reset our minds.”

In a post on Wednesday, May 22, activist Harrison Gwamnishu verified the sad occurrence of the two friends and stated that police had detained a suspect named Andrew Amaechi in relation to the ladies’ disappearance.

He revealed that the suspect was discovered in possession of the women’s possessions.

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Harrison Gwamnishu said …


On 27th April, 2024, Celine Ndudim and Afiba Tandoh, a Ghanaian citizen who traveled from Portharcourt Rivers State to Aba, Abia State to visit a friend they met on Facebook are missing.

A suspect named Andrew Amaechi has been arrested by the police for being in possession of their belonging and till date no one as set eyes on Celine and her friend.

Please help us look within your neighborhood and if you have any information, please contact the nearest police station or send a direct message.
Thank you”

In a follow up post, an alleged chat between the missing Nigerian lady, Celine and Andrew surfaced online, sparking reactions from netizens.

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The alleged chat which has been making the rounds online showed the negotiation between Celine, Afiba and Andrew before they reportedly travelled from Port Harcourt to Aba to see him.

In the chat shared on Instagram by @ijeomadaisy, Andrew allegedly contacted Celine and asked how much it would take him to spend days with her and her friend Afiba who is reportedly a married lady.

“So about what I was saying about both of you coming over and keeping me company for a couple of days. How much will it cost me? Like come Saturday, leave Monday.”

Celine, in her alleged response said she would be charging the sum of N1 million just because it was him that made the demand.

“Because of you, N1 million for the both of us,” she replied.

Queenjulietjessey reacted: “Una must find a way to blame single friend. Married people should create their own village abeg.”

0somi said: “Who pushed who? Let everyone take responsibility for their actions and decisions.”

Izuenu added: “This is why some married men don’t let their wives be friends with single ladies. How can you ve married and be doing such? Wtf is wrong with my gender??”

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