Actress Monalisa Chinda has spoken out about the kidnappings of Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornell by unknown gunmen.
The abductors of the Nollywood veterans demanded $100,000 for the release of the captives, according to online reports after allegedly contacting their families about 24 hours after they were reported missing.
The two were said to have gone on a shooting assignment before going missing. Both actors are well-known for their roles in films shot in Enugu and Delta states.
Monalisa wondered, along with her worried colleagues, why people think actors have money despite their financial difficulties.
She went on to suggest a method for apprehending the kidnappers.
According to Monalisa, the numbers the abductors used to communicate with them can easily be traced.
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