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Police nab man who accused E-Money of being responsible for Junior Pope’s death 

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Nigerian businessman Emeka Okonkwo, popularly called E-money, has claimed that one of the people who falsely accused him of being partially responsible for Junior Pope’s death has been arrested by the police.

E-money announced the news on his Instagram page on Thursday.

Last weekend, E-money denied allegations made by two social media users and certain Instagram blogs that he was involved in Junior Pope’s death as a result of a rumoured love affair with his wife.

E-money claimed the allegations as insulting to the deceased’s memory and cruel to the bereaved family.

He also urged the public to provide the police with credible information that could lead to the arrest of social media users.

E-money declared a commitment to identifying the individuals and holding them accountable for the charges.

He also urged the public to provide the police with credible information that could lead to the arrest of the social media users who made the allegations.

Sharing a video of the suspect, he wrote, “I’m relieved to share that one of the individuals responsible for the character assassination against me has been apprehended by the Nigeria Police Force and will face prosecution. This is a significant step towards ending the scourge of cyberbullying.

“My heartfelt gratitude goes out to the diligent officers of the Nigerian Police Force for their unwavering commitment to justice.”

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