- Omotola Jalade showed interest in activism in 2010 during the first Enough-is-Enough rally
- Nine years down the line, the actress seems to have lost steam as she is lamenting the zeal of today's youth
- The mother of four claims she is an activist by birth but that she is frustrated by unchange
Saturday, March 16, was the ninth anniversary of the Enough-is-Enough (EiE) rally that was held in Abuja on March 16, 2010. The rally was an avenue for Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde to showcase the radicalism and activism in her as she was at the forefront of the rally.
The EiE relied on the physical and numerical strength of the youths to rally, organise and mobilise them to demand good governance and public accountability.
Nine years later, the mother of four looked back at what they were about to achieve then and how ready the youths of today are.
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Though it is the ninth anniversary of EiE, Omotola is claiming that she might be losing her activism fire. She recalled that she was so full of fire then but that she is unsure she has not lost hope in humanity to light the fire again. The actress is claiming that she is an activist by birth but frustrated by unchange.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Omotola Jalade Ekeinde advised Nigerians won who to vote for during the just concluded elections in Nigeria. She gave her opinion on what she thought was the issue confronting the nation. The beautiful actress talked about Nigeria politics from a feminist point of view.
She drew attention of the people to the fact that more women are now doing better than men in almost every endeavour. She then posited that their current strides in the corporate world, their home management skills and ability to handle responsibilities positions them properly as valid candidates to lead the country into victory.
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