Nigerian comedian and singer, Anthony Muonagor better known as Tony Oneweek, has alleged that an Igbo man ignited the travails of popular music business mogul and chairman of Five Star Group, Emeka Okonkwo, popularly known as E-Money.
It would be recalled that the Inspector General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, had ordered the withdrawal of E-Money’s police escorts and his investigation following what the IG described as indecent treatment of Police officers.
Reacting to E-money’s recent arrest on his Facebook page, Tony Oneweek said when the music mogul and his elder brother, Kcee were in the streets steep in poverty, nobody thought of7 investigating them.
The singer-turned-politician shared a throwback photo of E-money and Kcee, noting that the government is investigating the businessman because he is wealthy.
“NOBODY INVESTIGATES YOUR POVERTY.
Nigeria. When E-Money and his elder brother Kaycee Limpopo were in the street, police didn’t investigate him.
“Now he is rich, they want to investigate his wealth. Like my brother OC Emcee said: ‘Nobody investigates your poverty’.
“I am happy that E-Money has the “required” Goodwill that set him free (within a few hours) from this aborted embarrassment. Emeka is a good man. He is different, benevolent, and very humble.
“Some Igbos do not love themselves. Sad to hear that E-Money’s travail was ignited by a fellow Igbo man,” he wrote.