One of the pendants of singer, Mayorkun, which was stolen in Calabar, the capital of Cross River State, on Tuesday, has been recovered.
The singer had gone to the state to perform at the 2023 Calabar Carnival, on the invitation of the state government.
Taking to social media after his performance, Mayorkun claimed that his jewelry worth millions of naira were stolen.
Condemning the act, he threatened never to visit the state again, as he described the incident as a ‘’nightmare”.
On Wednesday, one of the jewelry was found and he took to his social media page to pledge a N5 million reward for anyone who returns the second one.
Giving an update on the incident on Thursday evening, singer Iyanya announced that the second jewelry has been returned.
Sharing the clip of how it was recovered, Iyanya wrote, “Thank you Calabar people for doing what’s right. @iammayorkun second pendant has been found.
“This morning we got a call that it was returned to @HitFMCalabar and was received by Mr Duke Emmanuel who later transferred the pendant to Hon. Effiong Ekpenyong MNIPR, FCAI, Special Adviser Events Management, Governor’s Office, Calabar. We remain a peaceful and hospitable state.”