- Belinda Effah has taken to social media to slam Nigerians
- According to the Nollywood actress, Nigerians have misplaced priorities and things will remain the same if they don't change
- This comes shortly after BBNaija fans opened a crowdfunding account for disqualified housemate Erica
- It is also coming at a time the price of petrol and electricity tariff were increased
Talented Nollywood actress, Belinda Effah, has taken to social media to express hurt over the attitude of Nigerians.
The screen diva expresses how hurt she was to see Nigerians have misplaced priorities.
Taking to her Instagram page, she stated that Nigerians respond better when treated like animals. According to her, things won’t change until people have their interests in the right place.
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"Until Your Interest Is In The Right Place Nigerians, There Will Be No Going Forward. It’s Sad Nigerians Respond Better When They Are Treated Like Animals"
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Although she didn’t mention any names, Effah’s post may be related to the increase in the price of petrol and electricity tariff or the financial support recently disqualified BBNaija housemate, Erica, got from her fans.
Recall, Legit.ng reported the news of how reality star got kicked out of the Big Brother house for breaking several house rules.
Despite the jubilation over her exit, her fans known as ‘Elites’ took it upon themselves to make her a multi-millionaire.
Within hours, the account had already raised over N3.4 million ($9,026) for the disqualified housemate who until her exit, was incumbent Head of House.
This has got Nigerians reacting in shock and amazement with many accusing her fans of supporting toxic behaviour. Others, however, are of the opinion that many people contributing to the crowdfunding have misplaced priorities.
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Controversial lawyer Reno Omokri is one of the people who had something to say about the GoFundMe page raised for Erica.
The lawyer took to his Twitter page to air his thoughts about the money that is being raised for the housemate as he compared it to the attitude of Nigerian youths to the situation of the country.
According to Omokri, it took just five hours for some youths to raise N5 million for Erica but they couldn't raise the same money in five months to unseat President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2019 elections.
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