Nigerian singer, Duncan Mighty has written an open letter to former governor of Imo state, Rocahas Okorocha after he allegedly received death threats.
According to Mighty, Okorocha earlier paid him sum of money to record a song with some of the former governor’s boys.
Things took a new dimension after Duncan Mighty received death threats from people claiming Okorocha asked them to get the money back.
He however, took to his Instagram handle, to express his readiness to refund the money to the former governor.
The singer wrote “Your excellency Owelle Rochas Okorocha, compliments of the season, I am writing to inform you that my life is being threatened because of the money you paid for me to record a song with one of your boys.”
“After I recorded the song prior to doing a video, I have been invited to a police and several threats have been issued to my life . please I want to return the money to you to avoid further harassment to my person.” he said.
” Your Excellency Because you directly paid in public, While the job was going smoothly immediately after you paid . They said you sent them to bring back money to you”
Duncan Mighty added “LONG THROAT DIFFERENT FROM A HUNGRY PERSON … even if na ordinary pepper I dey sell I must be good.”
Meanwhile, the singer, earlier this year released a track “Amaechi Nu Wike,” dedicated to propagating the message of peace focused the song to the residents of Rivers state.