A law firm, Indemnity Partners, has dissociated itself from a document purported to have been put together by Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan demanding N10 Billion from the Alema of Warri Kingdom, High Chief Emmanuel Oritsejolomi Uduaghan before marriage.
The document contained a demand for N10 billion by Akpoti-Uduaghan from Uduaghan before they got married. The two were joined in wedlock earlier this year.
However, the law firm said that it had nothing to do with the letter.
“Our attention has been drawn to a letter trending on social media purporting to have been issued from our law firm in respect of our client and her husband,” the law firm said in a statement signed by B. C. Igwilo (SAN).
It said that the document was inauthentic and of dubious origin.
Igwillo said: “That letter is inauthentic and of dubious origin.”
The firm, in the disclaimer, dated November 4, 2022, advised members of the public to ignore the document in circulation in its entirety.
“We categorically distance ourselves from the purported letter and its alleged contents.”