According to the information gathered, he transmitted the photos to the WhatsApp group associated with the church attended by one of the women, referred to as Kester.
Additionally, he sent the pictures to the family members and workplace of her deceased husband.
“By the time I am done, suicide will be her only option,” Kennedy stated.
Kester verified that her late husband’s relatives and pastor had reached out to express their support for her during this difficult time.
On Tuesday alone, Kennedy distributed the explicit photos to a minimum of 48 individuals.
In a previous report, our correspondent highlighted the story of two women, Kester and another woman identified as Temi, who separately interacted with Kennedy on various WhatsApp and Facebook chat groups for singles.
Kester, who tragically lost her husband in a car accident approximately eight years ago, explained that he began showering her with monetary gifts after engaging in conversations with the businessman.
However, following a disagreement, he sent her over 50 nude photos that he had secretly taken of her after their intimate encounter at a hotel.
She mentioned that the suspect demanded N100,000 from her as a condition for deleting the photos.
Despite sending the requested amount and confirming if the photos had been deleted, he demanded an additional N40,000 to permanently remove them, which she also sent to him.
However, despite the payments, the suspect went ahead and shared the photos on Facebook.
Kester revealed that she made two suicide attempts but was unsuccessful, as people who saw the images began questioning her.
The second victim, Temi, stated that the suspect regularly engaged in extended sexual encounters with her at hotels while under the influence of drugs. Afterward, he would provide her with only N1,000 as transportation fare.
Upon realizing he was not serious about their relationship and was merely using her, she ceased communicating with him.
However, Kennedy proceeded to send her multiple nude photos and demanded reimbursement for all the money he had spent on her during their relationship.
In response, she borrowed N15,000, which she sent to him.
However, after reaching out to his sister on Facebook for assistance in resolving the situation, he began circulating explicit photos.
Temi mentioned that the businessman frequently called her to demand money.
Several screenshots were obtained from the conversations as the suspect continued to communicate with the victims and their friends, revealing the individuals to whom he was sending the nude photos.
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In a chat observed by our reporter, Kennedy wrote, “Her (Kester) pictures are there at the Redeem parish WhatsApp group platform. I am all over the news, she also will be all over the news. By the time I am done, suicide will be her only option.”
“This one to her colleague at work…28 pictures. I have sent to her friends abroad, both male and female. I have sent to her inlaw, Redeem church branch on WhatsApp, to her pastor, and more random people online.
“Una never jam. My image is already dented. Hers will go round. Pictures that I have uploaded on a porn site today, all 52 pictures.”