E-money vows to train late Junior Pope’s children

Popular singer, Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as E-money, has offered to cater to the needs of the late Junior Pope’s children.

The actor alongside four others died when the boat conveying them capsized on Wednesday, April 10.

He highlighted the late actor’s painful words, depicting that he was the only child of his parents and that he has three children which he is responsible for.

The wealthy musician vowed to be responsible for their upbringing.

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He shared a heartfelt message on his Instagram which reads: “It has been one week since you departed from this world, leaving behind a profound sense of loss that reverberates not only among us but also across Africa and beyond. Your presence, as both a friend and a brother, is deeply missed, JP.

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“The weight of your absence bears heavily upon our hearts, yet we draw comfort from the belief that God will grant us the resilience to carry forward and uphold the legacy you’ve entrusted to us.

Recalling the late actor’s last words, he added: “We tenderly remember your final words on the boat, “Na only me dem born, I get 3 children na me go raise them,” and we solemnly commit to honouring that vow. Your children now find solace in the embrace of the Okonkwo family, and we, as members of that family, pledge to nurture them as you would have wished. Your absence leaves a palpable void, JP and your memory will forever be held dear.

“Rest peacefully, knowing that you are deeply cherished, and may God’s blessings encompass your soul, your family, and all who hold you in their hearts.”

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