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Nollywood actress, Onyii Alex has revealed that NDLEA officials jumped over her fence to invade her home.

The actress, traumatized by the incident took to her Instagram to explain how the security officials forcefully gained entrance into her home without her permission.

In an earlier Instagram post, the 32-year-old called out the organisation, demanding an explanation for invading her home without a warrant. She also threatened to post a video as evidence.

Onyii Alex

Onyii has now gone ahead to post a footage of the video as she earlier warned. She went on to explain that the officials later met her on the staircase while they were in the house and told her that it was a mistake, claiming that they saw a man who jumped into her compound. Onyii Alex captioned the video:

“I am still Shuddering and shivering. I am very dumbfounded and traumatized. Please watch this is a …………. minutes footage of @ndlea_nigeria jumping through my fence with no bidding from me or any warrant. My little niece who saw them jumping through my gate called on my attention before I could even comprehend what was happening they had gained entrance into my kitchen, sitting room and was heading upstairs, I was in shock. I have a baby in my home. My little niece is still startled and In complete shock too.

They finally meet with me on my staircase inside my house and said it’s a mere mistake, they saw a man running who jumped into my compound. I kindly asked them to leave my home which they concurred too. I am very devastated. This is definitely not fair. I didnt deserve this unnecessary threat from you @ndlea-nigeria.
I watch videos of how you (NDLEA) abuse the power bestowed on you by Nigerians, your men look nothing like law enforcement agents, they have no regards and respect for people.

How do you even enter someone’s house without permission or someone to witness your activities within my space. I hope nothing was planted in my house by these lawless humans in your NDLEA monkey jacket. Enough said, I will definitely be in contact with your agency through the right medium.”


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