Social media reacts to IG probing E-Money over police escorts


Earlier today, Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, ordered the immediate withdrawal of the escorts attached to music mogul and businessman, Emeka Okonkwo also known as E-Money.

Okonkwo, E-money, is the brother to popular musician, Kingsley Okonkwo, who is popularly regarded as K-Cee.

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Reports indicates the IG ordered the withdrawal on the count of complaints about his misuse of the police escorts. The reports accused him of treating his escorts like domestic servants with some of them posing in photos as they opened the doors of his cars, hold his umbrella and carry out many unofficial duties.

According to Punch, a top police officer said, “We received a signal from the Force headquarters on Monday that the police detail of music executive, E-Money, be immediately withdrawn and an investigation into the man be launched.

“The IG was surprised that policemen were attached to him in the first place and were being used like domestic servants, carrying umbrellas, opening doors, and doing menial jobs for him.

“The policemen were discovered to be attached to B Operations at the command headquarters and not MOPOL which is the usual practice. So, we have withdrawn his policemen and we are inviting him for questioning. The policemen will also be interrogated.”

E-money, is known for his flamboyant lifestyle and in his possession are luxuries worth a fortune.

The socialite is fondly seen on social media exchanging friendly pleasantries with very Important Persons including governors, senators, monarchs, ministers, and other top government officials.

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However, rumors flying around suggest the probe by the IG of Police will also rifle into his flamboyant lifestyle and his acquisition of so much wealth.

Here’s how social media have been reacting to the news;

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