Imprisoned Beauty Queen, Asaigbo Finally Speaks From Kirikiri Prison After Duping People N7million

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Indeed, even in prison, Joy Ugwu Nnenne, the ruling Asaigbo expo ruler, still transmits and orders the atmosphere and impact of ‘sovereignty’. The publication young lady that she is has turned into a star among kindred detainees at the Kirikiri Prison, Lagos, where she has been remanded by a justice court over claimed misrepresentation. 

The detainees alluded to her as “Ruler”, because of the extensive number of guests she played host to day by day, while different circumstances she is called “MMM”, an inference to the charge that conveyed her to jail. 

Saturday Sun on June 17, 2017, revealed the instance of Joy, the present lovely lady of Asaigbo pomp, who is on remand in Kirikiri jail for supposedly fleecing Jonathan Nwogu, Anita Oby and others of N7million. 

She was asserted to have turned to find the stowaway strategies in the wake of neglecting to secure a visa for Nwogu, after the last supposedly paid a million naira to her. She is additionally blamed for duping Oby of N2 million through a ponzi plot called “Me and You” purportedly drifted by the previous. 

The imprisoned lovely lady gave her side of the story in a selective meeting when Saturday Sun went to her inside the Kirikiri female jail on Wednesday June 21. Exposing the assertions against her as false, she guaranteed her traducers, relying on her affinity to secure her social picture, were out to threaten her to unobtrusively pay them and settle the matter.

Affirming her innocence, she emphasised she also lost money to the ponzi scheme, and that is the reason she is emboldened to exercise her civil right in opting for the court after spending three days in the cell at the State Crime Investigation Department, Panti, Yaba.

“I didn’t create the ‘Me and You scheme’, I was just a participant like her (Oby),” she insisted. “Do I look like someone who can do so, when I have not finished studying my Accounting?”

She went on:

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“When they told me to pay up, I was reluctant because I didn’t see any crime in the scheme. I can only be guilty if I created the scheme, which I didn’t. I told them that I could only pay back if they try to get the person I paid to, one Emmanuel Madu. I paid him two million naira. I showed them the transfer record, it is a recycled process.”

She pointed out the inconsistency in the charges against her at the court: “When I got to court, I was arraigned for N2m while I was arrested for a charge of N7m. I intend to battle this when I regain my freedom.”

On the visa fraud charge, her accuser, Nwogu had told Saturday Sun: “The girl duped me one million naira and the evidence is there…What baffled me was the way she took the matter. It was quite obvious that she defrauded me.”

Joy Ugwu rebutted this as outright lie. On the day I was arrested, I confronted him, asking if he knew me before, but he didn’t. So, how did we do visa business? They were all participants in the Ponzi scheme. He happened to be on the losing side. Oby had vowed that she was going to deal with me if I don’t pay up because she is connected to the high and mighty.”

She went further: “They said something about the money in my account. The money belongs to people and I have paid them back. I don’t have any money to pay anybody.”

Queen among inmates

Being incarcerated did not diminish her. She is still radiant and has even acquired some popularity among the inmates. To both wardress and inmates, she is “Queen”––due to the number of visitors she has daily–– or “MMM”, in reference to the circumstances that brought her into the prison. As she walked away from the reporter, a group of friends crowded around her demanding to know what news she brought from her visitation.

“She is a nice girl. I don’t think anybody has any complaint about her,” an anonymous inmate told Saturday Sun.

Why we won’t dethrone her

Saturday Sun also contacted Mike Akubueze, the organiser of Asaigbo pageantry, for his view on the development.

According to him, as long as she didn’t commit any crime in the name of the pageantry, Joy Nnenne Ugwu would still be paraded as their queen.

According to him:

“What she did was her personal business. She didn’t commit crime with Asaigbo. We are not involved with anything she does with her personal life. She is 18 years. We don’t monitor our queens.”

Also saying her accusers are capitalising on her social status to intimidate her, he said: “Joy didn’t commit any crime. Everybody did MMM, including even me. So, she is entitled to do a personal business.”

He reiterated: “We won’t dethrone her. Until the case is concluded, she is still Asaigbo queen. Even after that, we would undertake our own investigation.”

It is expected that Joy Ugwu will be freed soon since the delay of her bail was due to the absence of the magistrate in charge of her case, who went on a casual leave.

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