Nigerian singer Duncan Mighty called Rochas Okorocha on social media, claiming that his life was threatened after he paid him to record a song with one of his boys.
Duncan Mighty wrote an open letter to former Imo state governor Owelle Rochas Okorocha, stating that his life was threatened on several occasions after the song was released.
The singer shared the open letter on Instagram, revealing that he was even invited by the police. He added that he is willing to return the money to the politician to secure his life and “avoid further embarrassment to his person.”
In his words;
“Your Excellency Because you directly paid in public . While the job was going smoothly immediately after you paid.
They said you sent them to bring back money to you # LONG THROAT DIFFERENT FROM A HUNGRY PERSON … even if na ordinary pepper I dey sell I must be good”