Following the leaking of a lesbian sex tape involving former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke, the family has revealed that the ex-beauty queen is missing.

Speaking to SUN, Chidinma’s father, Jeremiah Okeke, 65, said that they have handed the matter over to God, adding that the family has been going through psychological trauma and emotional distress.

“Chidinma is my own daughter, but there is nothing much I can say about this because there is a lifestyle adopted by my family. We don’t foment troubles. I, as the father, have committed everything to God in prayers. Human being cannot fight our cause but only God in heaven. We are in serious prayers for God to intervene. I don’t have anybody on earth except God,” Okeke said.

“I am confused about the whole thing as of now. It is only when I set my eyes on my daughter that I will know about all these. As it stands now, I don’t know where my daughter is,” Okeke said, responding to a question on whether his daughter had, before the release of the tape, complained about being sexually harassed.

“There are many ways God is fighting my battle. I was only five years when my father died. I don’t know whether I got up to six years before my mother died too. I don’t have anybody but it is only God that sustained me all through. It was same God that assisted me to raise and train all my children. All the family members are praying.

As it stands now, my daughter is still a small girl. I don’t know whether she is still alive or dead. But all I know is that God will prove Himself worthy to fight His children’s battle. I don’t have much to say for now.

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Chidinma Okeke

So many people have told me to take certain actions but me and my God are still communicating through prayers. There are several ways God reveals some things to me. I am not suspecting anybody but only God knows who is behind that; whether he is human or spirit. I’m leaving whoever that is behind it to his conscience. The life of my daughter is most important to me now. Wherever she is, let her be alive for me,” he added.

Chidinma’s cousin, Blessing Chinenye Nwafor, described her as “a good girl”. “Personally, I don’t believe that she did that stuff. I am of the view that she was drugged and forced to do that thing. It is also possible that her enemies are behind that,” Nwafor added.

“My spirit tells me that Chidinma did not do that thing she was being accused of; I know her very well. I see it as something planned to smear her name and that of our entire family. It is also paining my daughter, Chinenye but I told her to relax that it was not true.

We are living in the last days. The love among brethren would grow cold. Nobody would want another person’s success. But I have not believed that stuff was true. It was forged. She could not have done that. Even if she did, know it that she was forced to do it,” Chidinma’s aunt, Hope Nwaka said.

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