E-Money goes after women who claim he killed Junior Pope

A Nigerian socialite, E-Money, has appealed to the general public to help to search for two random women who made shocking allegations against him over the demise of the late Junior Pope.

The women had earlier accused the businessman of having a hand in the actor’s death and also having an affair with his wife.

Some blogs also shared the news, which E-Money described as misleading in a recent statement on his Instagram page.

He noted that the authorities are after the ladies and blogs that shared the news, but appealed to people with concrete information to step forward to present their claims.

He wrote, “It has come to my attention that some individuals are 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 show a complete lack of respect for the memory of the deceased and are deeply hurtful to our grieving family.

“I cannot fold my hands and allow this heinous act to continue without consequence. I am committed to identifying these unscrupulous individuals and ensuring they are held accountable. It is imperative that we clean up our social media space and let the law take its rightful course. Furthermore, bloggers disseminating this information without proper investigation and confirmation will also not be spared in this bid for justice.

“Anyone with credible information that can assist the authorities in apprehending these two women responsible for this malicious character assassination, should please come forward. Your help will not only bring justice but highly appreciated. Enough is enough!”