Mr. Ibu’s adopted daughter, Jasmine Okafor exposes him and his wife, reveals how he ran away from home for two years



Jasmine Okafor, acclaimed adopted daughter of John Okafor (Mr. Ibu) has opened up about the allegation of cornering 55million Naira from donations to the veteran comic actor.

Recall that several news platforms ( The Reliant News not included) reported that police arrested Jasmine Okafor and Mr. Ibu’s daughter over allegation bordering on diverting 55 million Naira from the public donations to Mr. Ibu.

Despite debunking the allegation earlier run, Jasmine Okafor has now declared that it was time she opened up about what actually happened and her relationship with Mr. Ibu. Through her social media account, she revealed that Mr. Ibu was a close friend to her late father who served in the Nigeria’s army.

According to her, since the death of her father, Mr. Ibu assumed fatherly responsibility over her. However, things turned sour for the actor in 2020 that he requested financial assistance from her while she was in Cyprus furthering in her education.

Her further probing into why the actor needed money resulted in her knowing that the actor was ill and had abandoned his family for two years.

In her words: “I said I wasn’t going to talk about this issue until Mr Ibu gets back on his feet and to God be the glory he has been discharged and recuperating.

” A lot has happened and I will like to shed more light on how I got involved and how things got to this point.

“My dad died so many years ago, he was a Nigerian army and a good friend to Mr Ibu, who is now a father figure in my life. After my dad’s death, Mr Ibu has been playing a father figure role in my life. In 2018, I left the country to look for greener pastures, and from there I relocated to Cyprus where I was studying law.

“In 2020, Mr Ibu started requesting financial assistance from me on chat and I was surprised because he was doing well and almost at the peak of his career before I left. He now opened up to me that he was sick and was in Abuja, while his wife was in Lagos I requested to call her and she told me that Mr Ibu had left the house for over two years.

“I didn’t want to speak but things have gotten to a point that I have to speak up  truth”.

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