- Veteran Nollywood actress Hilda Dokubo is not happy with the easing of lockdown in Nigeria
- The actress noted that someone must have misinformed President Buhari in making the announcement
- Hilda advised Nigerians to henceforth take charge of their safety and lives
Veteran Nollywood actress, Hilda Dokubo, is not pleased with the lifting of the total movement restriction in the country during this raging coronavirus pandemic.
The actress took to her Instagram handle to question the president's motivation for easing the lockdown in Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja.
The activist who has been vocal about the government claimed some people are lying to the president about what is actually going down.
According to her, someone is lying to the president, and he cannot be allowed to reach decisions on the strength of a lie. The actress went on to charge Nigerians to take responsibility for their safety and life. Her Instagram video was captioned:
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"Who is lying to the President?
They have relaxed the lockdown. Your safety and life is now in your hands. Do not relax! Corona virus is not relaxing. Observe all the safety protocols. Any attempt to believe their lies"
She started the video by saying:
"Who exactly is lying to the president, who? The president has announced the easing of the lockdown on the strength of a lie, who is lying to the president?...."
See her post below:
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President Muhammadu Buhari during a recent nationwide broadcast announced to Nigerians that the lockdown in two states, Ogun and Lagos, and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja should be eased to allow people to carry out their day-to-day activities through with guided measures.
In similar news, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress Hilda Dokubo via social media to react to the spread of coronavirus also know as COVID-19 in Nigeria.
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The veteran actress in a recent post called on men of God who believe they possess the powers of healing, to go into the hospitals and heal people affected by the virus. In her words: “Can all the pastors who are convinced that they have supernatural powers to heal go to the hospitals and lay hands on those infected? So this virus can go back to where it came from and we can return to our normal lives.”
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