Mide Martins speaks on how we lose good people in our lives

Mide Martins speaks on how we lose good people in our lives

- Nollywood actress Mide Martins has drawn the attention of her fans to something important about life and friendship

- Mide said that we often lose good people in our lives when they wrong us

- The actress revealed that such issues could have been simply solved by telling them rather than letting the people go

We, often, give the people in our lives the responsibility to know us more than we know ourselves and this includes knowing what is wrong with us even when we haven't told them.

We expect that they should be able to figure out our situation when we have not even communicated with them about it.

Nollywood actress Mide Martins has made a case against this as she has taken to her official Instagram page to talk to her fans and followers about it.

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In a post online, the Yoruba film star said that we often lose good people in our lives because they did us wrong. According to her, we let these people go when we could have just called them and told them about these offences.

Mide noted that we often feel that they should know they offended us.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Iya Gbonkan narrated her encounter with witches after ‘Koto Orun’ in an old interview.

In the video, the movie star said her role in Koto Orun came with a price. According to her, five days after she finished shooting the movie, she was approached by people of the underworld in her dream. She noted that they asked her if she knew how they behaved for her to have portrayed it in the movie.

Iya Gbonkan said that she was beaten mercilessly. She noted that it was her husband that salvaged the situation; else, she would have been scarred from her encounter with the people of darkness.

Veteran actress Anike Alajogun shaded those who claimed she has coronavirus.

Alajogun posted a photo as well as a video of herself eating very well and obviously in high spirits. One of the captions on her post read that those waiting for something bad to happen to her would wait in vain.

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