Classic Nollywood actor, Clem Ohameze has found strength to open up on his encounter with hoodlums who attacked him in Uyo last week.
The actor gave the sad narrative of the valuables he lost and the severity of the attack while speaking in an interview with BBC Igbo.
According to his, he was on his way to a movie location at Abak Road on Thursday October 22, when he came across the hoodlums.
Clem stated that he’d initially thought they were #EndSARS protesters, but was surprised when he was attacked by them after being identified.
Speaking with BBC Igbo, he revealed they took his money, phones, damaged his car and also slashed his hand with a machete.
In his words,
“It happened on Thursday in Uyo. The protesters, I ran into them. On recognizing me, they just didn’t want to bother. They took everything away from me.
“They took N650,000 from me, all my phones. Destroyed my car, slashed my hand with a machete. I did a police report when this happened. I was on Abak Road in Uyo. I went to work on a movie set of my own.”
Ohameze, who revealed that he has been in an Uyo hospital since Thursday and was discharged on Sunday October 25, added that his attackers have pleaded guilty to assault to a police officer and are awaiting trial.
Listen to the audio conversation below,