Cynthia Okereke, the Nollywood actress, has finally spoken about her abduction and ordeal in kidnapper’s den.

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Okereke and Clemson Cornel, her colleague, were reported missing last Friday when they went for a movie shoot at Ozalla Town in Enugu state.

Their abduction had elicited concerns among Nigerians — including celebrities.

But on Wednesday, the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) announced that they had regained their freedom.

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In a now-viral video, Okereke said she was without food and water for a week.

She also thanked family members, friends, and well-wishers who facilitated her release from her abductors.

“God is a faithful God. I have every cause to say hallelujah in the land of the living. I didn’t know that I have people and friends. To God be the glory for all of you, your efforts your prayers, your encouragement, mama Cynthia Okereke alive,” she said.

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“I will act for you people and continue to be acting for you people. For good one week, I was there no water no food but today I say God to you be all the glory.”

Emeka Rollas, the AGN president, had earlier revealed that the abductors established contact with the actors’ families to demand $100,000 in ransom payment.

He later disclosed that they were mocked by the abductors after offering N1.2 million instead.

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