Linda Ikeji fires head of programmes after rape allegations

rape allegations

The Internet was recently sent on suspense and causing more curiosity when a TV presenter and model, Emilia Samuel accused a filmmaker working for Linda Ikeji, Their Ukpaa of rapevia her Instagram page.

She claimed he might want to deny committing the act, but her model colleagues who were working with her at the time can attest to the alleged rape.

she wrote:

Here’s what happened to me years back, I forgot about it partially and I ran into his page last week when he got married and the memories came back. He was working at @soundcityafrica as at when it happened and he presently works at @officiallindaikeji please kindly read before you judge and I know most models can attest to this.

Pleaseeeee help me repost this @instablog9ja @tundeednut @stelladimokokorkus @ijeomadaisy @bellanaijaonline @olorisupergal @nigerianwomendiary @generalwayne @chinnysblogng thank you. This is the guy I’m talking about @theoukpaa

The latest development to that story now is that his employer Linda Ikeji TV has relieved him of his job at the organisation.

I’m not a church goer, but I receive alert every minute – Linda Ikeji

Read their statement below:’ I personally wanted to let everyone know that Theo Ukpaa, who was Head of Programmes at Linda Ikeji TV is no longer a staff of the company. His job with my company was terminated on Monday August 27th just a day after I read the heartbreaking story of Emilia Samuel.

The general public is therefore advised not to transact any business with him in the name of Linda Ikeji TV as anyone who does it, does so at his/her own risk.

Thank you



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