- Tacha has joined others to show support for Nollywood star Funke Akindele-Bello
- The reality star in a recent post, pleaded with Nigerians to stop trolling the actress
- This is coming after Akindele-Bello got arrested and penalized for going against the social gathering ban on Lagos
2019 BBNaija star Tacha has taken to social media to call on Nigerians to forgive and stop trolling Nollywood actress and film maker, Funke Akindele-Bello.
In a recent post shared to her Instagram page, Tacha send words of encouragement to the star and her husband, saying it is a phase that will pass.
According to Tacha, nobody is above mistakes as she stated how the actress wasn’t known for controversies and breaking rules.
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"I believe that with the judgement that has been meted out at the court of law, we have all learned some valuable lessons and we are reminded that as citizens, we are accountable for our deeds.
Please let’s continue to spread love and stop trolling @funkejenifaakindele and everyone else involved, while we observe total isolation as we join the Government to fight against COVID-19," she wrote.
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Meanwhile, as the controversy surrounding actress Funke Akindele and her husband JJC's arrest and conviction continues to brew, many people have taken to social media to either condemn or support the Lagos state's decision to penalize the celebrity couple.
A Nigerian lawyer identified as Inibehe Effiong, recently took to the Facebook platform to give a detailed analysis as to why the conviction of the actress and her husband is heavily flawed and unconstitutional.
In his words: "Since the Quarantine Act and the Public Health Law of Lagos State specifically limit offences to contravention of regulations made by the governor, it is outright illegality to charge Funke Akindele and her husband for contravening a directive of the Governor (which is outside the regulations itself)."
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