Yvonne Nelson has revealed some shocking details about her life in her new book, including a terrifying encounter with a powerful Nigerian politician who wanted to use her blood for occult purposes.
The actress shared how she was lured by a friend to meet a man who claimed to be a governor or senator of one of the Nigerian states at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Lagos. The man asked her to give her blood sample to his doctor for an HIV test, but she refused.
She said she felt insulted and scared by his request, and wondered why he did not care about his own HIV status. She also noticed that there was no chair in the room, which seemed intentional. She said she was outnumbered by two men and a woman who were in the suite, and she had no one to help her if things went wrong.
She later discovered that the man was not her friend’s uncle as she had lied, but he had a history of associating with female celebrities and actors. She also received some dirty naira notes from him as ‘transportation’ money, which was less than what she expected.
Yvonne said she was curious about the man’s identity and searched for him online. She found out that he was involved in a cult and that he required people to join his cult before doing business with him. She said she suspected that his intention was not to test her for HIV, but to use her blood for his occult activities.
She said she was grateful that she escaped from his trap and that she did not fall victim to his evil plans. Her book has generated mixed reactions on social media, with some people sympathizing with her and others criticizing her for exposing some respected personalities.