- Dolly Unachukwu has taken to social media to react to the poor supply of electricity in Nigeria
- Unachukwu stated that she has lived in the UK for a long time and light is stable in the country
According to the Nollywood veteran, there might be a special evil in Nigeria due to the leaders being unable to solve the issue
The issue of poor electricity supply in Nigeria remains one of the most fundamental issues in Nigeria and actress Dolly Unachukwu has some things to say about the issue.
The veteran actress who stated she has lived in the UK for close to 2 decades, revealed the power supply is very stable. She then questioned whether the lack of power supply in Nigeria is more than a leadership issue, suggesting it might be a 'special evil'.
Part of her post reads: "How are we sure there isn't a special kind of evil which our leaders themselves are finding so hard to contain? Can different cabinets keep failing Nigerians over and over again without a hidden reason?"
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"To be in darkness helplessly for several years as a nation is a special kind of evil that warrants a special kind of investigation. Seriously, why can’t there be light in Nigeria?"
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This comes shortly after Nollywood actress, Ada Ameh, took to social media to passionately appeal to the government to fix up.
The actress complained bitterly about how basic things such as electricity do not work in the country. Ameh said that many people used everything they have on them to buy foodstuff just to stock up during this period and to also buy fuel.
She however also noted that since yesterday a lot of people had to run their generators from dawn to dusk because there has been no electricity. Ameh said that the situation is so bad and that the government should at least leave the light now that everybody is at home and have nowhere to go.
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Also, popular Nollywood actress Mercy Aigbe has complained about the power shortage in her area amid the coronavirus lockdown. The actress said the situation has made the lockdown a lot more frustrating.
The federal government recently directed Nigerians to stay at home and practice self-isolation to contain COVID-19. During this lockdown period, people are not allowed to go about their daily activities outside of their homes.
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