Blogger, Blessing Okoro has finally been arrested by billionaire, Onye Eze, after the former ‘stole his house’ and passed it off as hers during her birthday celebration.

Recall Blessing took to her page to show off a newly completed 7-bedroom duplex which she claimed she built from the ground up.

Onye Eze arrests Blessing Okoro

Okoro says she achieved this feat about 8 years after her ex-husband threw her out of his house.

She revealed that all the stones thrown at her by her ex-husband are what she used to build herself the lovely mansion she now calls home.

She shared on social media that she’s the blessing people often hear about. A write-up accompanying the photos she shared reads,

8years ago my ex husband threw me out of his 1 bedroom apartment. 8years later I built myself a 7 bedroom duplex…. I picked up all the stones he threw at me to build myself. I became too strong and fortified. I became that broken pieces that because an expert in mending. Yes dreams do come true. My name is Okoro Blessing Nkiruka.

She continued by stating her age which many will say is quite young to be a landlord in Nigeria: “23rd May 1989 I was born. I am 30 years today. I am that blessing you hear about. A child of grace. Happy birthday to me”

Later on she was busted, and it was revealed that the house she fronted as hers belonged to an Igbo Billionaire who is based in China.

Onye Eze arrests Blessing Okoro

She later tried to counter the claim… But as it is, it seems as though Onye Eze is the real owner of the mansion, as he has gotten her arrested.

Blessing was forced to do a video saying she’s not the owner of the building she claimed was hers. She was also forced to do a live video on her Instagram page, telling her followers that the property does not below to her.

She was made to move around the property in the live video, where she kept saying, “This house does not belong to me, it belongs to Onye Eze”

Watch the video;

A video of her being escorted out of the premises in handcuffs:

We were also able to get a Live video were she was being emotional and in tears.

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  1. She just spoilt our title?. Anyway its too much of fame?. She no get brain.

    Am sure her ex-husband will be laughing??.

    Well you have to fake it till you make it?

  2. So she made a video and so what… Must she be dragged and treated like a common criminal?
    Billionaire indeed… If you had all the money why not just caution her and move on…
    Wealthy men do not behave like you…
    Except you’re just one taut…

  3. God will surely bless her big as she desires, that’s my prayer for her, and Thanks to the real owner of the house who later had mercy and forgave her.

  4. If someone is found guilty of a crime go through the due process, this is no even a serious wahala Lagos babe pose in front of cars that are not theirs everyday. Shame on our police men for allowing this embarrassing video to go viral

  5. Please if i may ask oh ,hw does dis two buildings look de same ,coz from wot am seeing in dis picture, d one she is standing in front of is different to de the young man is standing in front of . Just take closer look and figure out d differences.

  6. Please if i may ask oh ,hw does dis two buildings look de same ,coz from wot am seeing in dis picture, d one she is standing in front of is different to de the one young man is standing in front of . Just take closer look and figure out d differences.

  7. This is absolutely unacceptable in law. I mean the young lady merely took photos with Onyeze’s building parading it as her’s. She’s by Onyeze’s complaint, an offender and not a convict. If the police wishes to conduct an arrest to that effect, they should have done so without putting her on handcuffs. They can only do so when she attempt to escape arrest or when there is reasonable threat of violence. None of these seems to exist why is she handcuffed? Secondly, I hear words like “I GO FUCK U UP BEFORE U TANISH MY IMAGE” from the complainant are they necessary? Thirdly, I understand d complainant is trying to obtain confessional statement from d offender that he will use as evidence during trial but by law such confessional statements must be voluntary. From the circumstances Whatever confessional statement she has made was not made voluntarily so, she can deny the voluntariness of that statement during trial.
    No doubt our Nigerian police is doing a good job but while doing it they should try and confine themselves to the law. They should stop the act of condemning offenders before even the trial. For the court they say is the last hope to the common man

  8. For those of you saying she merely took pictures in front of the building yen yen yen…. Obviously y’all blinded by the truth when she trolled and abused the guy when the guy spoke up about his house, she really deserves this, fake life ain’t worth it, always making young girls look as if they’re not doing enough for themselves

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