‘Why girls will continue to fall victims’– Paul Okoye reveals 

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Nigerian music star Paul Okoye, better known as Rude Boy, has responded to the news about the disappearance of Nigerian and Ghanaian girls.

According to a report by Wakadaily, Celine and her Ghanaian friend, Afiba, went missing after traveling from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, to Abia State on April 27, 2024, to meet someone named Andrew Ochekwo whom they had met on Facebook.

Unfortunately, Andrew was shot dead while trying to escape arrest last week. On Monday, a decomposing body was found near Andrew’s house, but it has not been confirmed if it belongs to the missing girls.

Activist Harrison Gwamnishu shared videos on his Instagram page showing other ladies in a restaurant with Andrew at different times.

The videos depict the ladies engaging in friendly conversations with Andrew while he recorded them.

One of the ladies, who identified herself as Mercy, traveled from Lagos to visit Andrew in Aba. The other lady, named Tochi, also joined them.

Andrew recorded videos describing the food they ate at restaurants, their hometowns, and their plans after eating.

Harrison also shared a private message he received from a victim of the late Andrew, who recounted being sexually assaulted anally.

In response to this, Paul expressed his opinion on his Instagram story, stating that as long as parents allow certain individuals to influence their daughters, money will always be their main concern.

Encouraging ladies to recognize their value, he observed that their primary concern is often centered around seeking wealthy men and constantly prioritizing financial gain.

He further said that a growing number of ladies will unfortunately continue to be deceived or taken advantage of.

“As long as you continue to allow some of these id!ots to influence your daughters.

Money, money, bill him, bill him, know your worth, know your worth.

He must have this and that in his account, blah blah blah!!

More girls will continue to fall victims”.

Last week, actress Bukunmi Oluwasina prayed to God for the children of this generation.

She slammed people like Saida Boj for their statements, pointing out that they wouldn’t be able to stand by their words in the next 10 years and wouldn’t feel confident or happy about it.

Few weeks ago, Paul identified self-entitlement as the main issue in this generation.

He sent a message to certain individuals, stating that they were not prepared for the challenges ahead and that hunger would ultimately defeat them.

In another post, he observed how competition is rapidly destroying many Nigerians, as the wealthy now engage in discussions and arguments about this problem.

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