“My Friends Said I Did It to Raise Money”: Prince Eke Marks 8 Years of Release from Kidnappers' Den

“My Friends Said I Did It to Raise Money”: Prince Eke Marks 8 Years of Release from Kidnappers' Den

  • Prince Eke is happy to be alive and celebrating 8 years since he was kidnapped in Ubima road in River state
  • He said he experienced hell while in the kidnapper's den but noted that his colleagues gave him an even more bitter experience
  • The actor said he was accused of staging his own kidnapping to raise money, and he expressed gratitude to God for his life

Prince Eke, ex-husband to music artist Muma Gee, has taken to social media to appreciate God for keeping him alive.

The Nollywood actor who almost got his house burnt a few years ago is marking eight years of surviving kidnap in Ubima Rivers state.

Prince Eke says his colleagues accused him of framing his kidnap a few years ago.
Prince Eke marks eight years of surviving kidnap by gunmen. Photo credit @realprinceeke
Source: Instagram

He penned an emotional note in which he revealed that his colleagues accused him of staging his own kidnapping

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Prince Eke thanked God for life

The man who fathered twin with his estranged wife appreciated his maker for the gift of life and added that he saw hell at the kidnapper's dens.

The actor advised his fans to always pray for life, emphasizing that if they were to pass away, people whom they thought were close would say many unthinkable things about them.

See the post here:

Fans react to Prince Eke's post

Netizens have reacted to the message Prince Eke wrote on Instagram. Here are some of the comments below:


"This lines got me. Pray for life, because if you eventually die, people who you thought were close to you, will say so many unprintable things about you."


"Brother its well... God did and will always keep you.."

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"Only God knows what we do in the shadows of our lives. A true friend won’t judge u while u r still down or in trouble, they’ll help first n seek clarification later. Ur colleagues n friends most likely judged you based on ur personality and past actions. If I were in ur shoes, I’d do some soul searching n take some responsibility for their perception. And then, I’d work on a being a better version of myself, morally, mentally, physically, n economically, such that it’s their loss. God speed


"When my car got snatched my colleagues thought I sold it and lied about it. Always priorities yourself."


"Seems the industry is darker that we can imagine, too much hate."


"Aahhh o gaaa ooo."


"Until that same thing happen to you, you go always see another person own as play."


"Ona still demake friends? I gave up that idea long long ago! Friends are your secret enemies."

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"God is the greatest sir..don't mind them."


"Imagine !!! Just don't let anyone kill you !! Lesson number 1 in Nigeria , because nobody cares."


"Never in my life of dream that I we be kidnapped, wen I experience it . I understand that word freedom wen I was released."

No hardworking man will give a woman 24-hour attention

Legit.ng earlier reported that Prince Eke advised hard-working women not to let jobless people confuse them that their man does not love them.

"He stated that hardworking men have less time to give attention to their women because they are busy looking for money to provide for them.

Source: Legit.ng

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