"I Haven't Been Able to Leave My Bedroom": FCT Police Spokesperson Reacts to Junior Pope's Death

"I Haven't Been Able to Leave My Bedroom": FCT Police Spokesperson Reacts to Junior Pope's Death

  • Junior Pope's death has continued to spread across the media space as prominent Nigerians and fans can't stop mourning the ace actor
  • SP Josephine Adeh, the spokesperson of the FCT police command, in her tribute, revealed how traumatised she was after reading the news about the death of the actor
  • Adeh said she could not leave her room, put on her TV or visit the social media because she was a big fan of the actor

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FCT, AbujaThe police spokesperson of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) command, SP Josephine Adeh, has mourned veteran Nollywood actor John Paul Odonwodo, popularly referred to as John Pope.

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John Pope passed away with three others on Wednesday, April 10, after their boat capsized at a film location in the Anam River in Anambra state.

FCT police spokesperson, Josephine Ideh, mourns John Paul Odonwodo, a.k.a Junior Pope.
How FCT police spokesperson mourned Jr Pope Photo Credit: Josephine Ideh, Nigeria Police Force
Source: Twitter

AGN confirms death of Junior Pope

The actor's death was confirmed by the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) on Thursday morning, April 11.

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The AGN stated that the actor passed away following an unsuccessful attempt by the crew member to resuscitate him.

The organisation's statement reads in part:

“Two notable hospitals tried their best to revive him, but to no avail. God knows the best. We finally lost him."

FCT police spokesperson mourns Junior Pope's death

In a tweet on Thursday, the FCT police spokesperson said she was traumatised by the news of Junior Pope's demise, adding that she was a big fan of the late actor.

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SP Adeh said she had been unable to leave her room or put on her television because she was shocked about the death.

She added that she had stayed away from social media because she was scared to come across his death.

Her tweet reads:

"I haven't been able to leave my bedroom. As a big fan, I'm still in shock and struggling to accept Jr. Pope's death. I can't even bring myself to check Facebook or Instagram for fear of seeing news about his death. I hope his poor widow & kids find comfort."

Below is the tweet:

FCT police recover ransom

Legit.ng earlier reported that the police command in Abuja arrested some notorious kidnappers disturbing the FCT and its environs.

During the coordinated operation, which led to their arrest, more than N9 million of the ransom paid to them was recovered.

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The FCT commissioner of police, CP Benneth Igweh, paraded the suspects on Wednesday morning at the force headquarters.

Source: Legit.ng

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