By Tony Nwanne
The father of the former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke has reacted to news making rounds that his daughter was missing. Jerry Okeke told Premium Times that he never declared that his daughter was missing.
“My daughter is not missing and at no time did I declare her missing.”
Earlier, it was reported that Chidinma Okeke, the former Miss Anambra whose lewd videos recently went viral on the internet, had been declared missing by her family, but the father said its far from the truth.
Okeke said after the scandal sent shockwaves across the country, the family immediately moved to save Miss Okeke, 20, from committing suicide.
He said he handed over his ‘little girl’ to another family member because he had to travel to the family’s ancestral home for another engagement.
He denied news report quoting him as declaring his daughter missing in the aftermath of the racy video.
“I have been trying to make contact with one of The Sun newspapers that published the story because they want to sell (market) and I will give them a seven-day notice to correct it,” Okeke said.
Okeke expressed confidence in the ability of the police to do a thorough job in unraveling the scandal, even though he said he suspected foul play — including the possibility of her daughter being drugged prior to the act.
“I will allow them (police) to do that (their job), but I know my daughter was drugged by some people who took advantage of her as a young woman.”