What I did everyday while in prison – Blessing CEO opens up after release


She wrote;

Child of grace ….Thank you lovers … Words fail me my hands still shaking .. Long speech coming.

I missed u all…..Just use this video hold body cause I know u missed me too, her second post read.

Following her arraignment by the police for alleged cyber-bullying, libel, and exhibiting uncensored movies, the Instagram celebrity was arrested on Thursday, March 31, 2023 and remanded by the Federal High Court in Lagos the following day.

Justice Yelim Bogoro remanded her in the care of the Nigerian Correctional Services (NCoS) until the hearing on her bail application on May 30.

Prosecutor Rotshang Dimka of the Force Headquarters, Abuja, said Okoro of Lekki, Lagos on October 16, 2022, “intentionally sent messages using her Instagram handle @officialblessingceo to bully, threaten and harass one Folashade Samuels, a.k.a Mamajazz, a younger sister to the late Bimbo Ogbonna.”

The late Bimbo, the wife of Lagos celebrity auto dealer Ikechukwu Ogbonna, popularly known as IVD, died in a fire at their Lekki home last year.

Blessing CEO was also accused of using Instagram to harm Samuels’ and the late Bimbo’s reputations by exposing them to hatred, contempt, and ridicule.

The circumstances surrounding her release prior to the hearing date for her bail application were not immediately clear.

Blessing CEO and IVD unfollow each other on Instagram hours after she regained her freedom

Controversial relationship expert Blessing CEO unfollows rumored lover IVD after being released from jail after being arrested for defending him in connection with the death of his wife Bimbo Ogbonna.

Recall that Blessing was said to have started dating the auto dealer after his wife passed away.

Blessing had taken it upon herself to defend IVD during the accusations that had followed the death of his wife as people started to suspect him of her murder.

Recall that the self-described therapist had been detained, charged with, and convicted of cyberbullying.

After being imprisoned for weeks and posting a 10 million naira bail, she was recently allowed to leave again.

However, it was discovered that Blessing Okoro and IK Ogbonna, also known as IVD, had each clicked the unfollow button after she returned to social media.