I wasn’t arrested, Police invited me to hear my side – Blessing Okoro

Nigerian relationship coach, Blessing Okoro popularly called Blessing CEO, has denied being arrested by the Nigeria Police as widely believed.

It was reported on Monday that she landed in police custody after a petition was filed against her for making false allegations against music sensation, Davido.

The social media influencer had claimed that Davido was owing auto dealer, Ikechukwu Ogbonna alias IVD, the sum of N4.5 million being payment for the car he purchased for his aide, Israel DMW.

Police then summoned Blessing Okoro over the allegations after IVD motors denied her claims and clarified that the musician later cleared off his bill.

In a fresh update, Blessing CEO debunked reports of her arrest and said she was only invited to the police station for questioning.

She, however, joked that she has been humbled by the incident, and noted that Nigerians are gullible to believe the video of her purported arrest.

Watch her speak:

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CorrectNG recalls that after IVD denied her allegations that Davido was owing him, she called out the car dealer and asked him for refund.

Blessing claimed car dealership owner cried to her about the debt and she vowed to deal with him for publicly embarassing her.

The controversial internet personality also asked Ikechukwu to return the sum of N200 million which she gave to him as she was ready for war.