Actress Stella Damasus recounts how she nearly passed out at EndSARS protest in Dallas (video)

Actress Stella Damasus recounts how she nearly passed out at EndSARS protest in Dallas (video)

- Nollywood’s Stella Damasus was among Nigerians who led an EndSARS protest in Dallas

- The movie star gave a full recount of how she was rescued by fellow protesters after she nearly passed out

- Damasus explained that she was not feeling all too well before heading out and also failed to take her medications

- The movie star, however, assured her fans that she is completely fine

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Nollywood actress Stella Damasus is among Nigerians in the diaspora who are also lending their voices to the ongoing protest against police brutality by youths in the country.

The actress who is currently in Dallas joined fellow Nigerians in the city to come out and condemn the activities of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) who continue to harass youths across several states in Nigeria.

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However, during the protest, Damasus appeared to have suffered a little health complication that required other protesters to quickly come to her aid.

Addressing the issue via a video shared on Instagram, the actress explained that she was not feeling too well before stepping out for the protest and she also failed to take her medications.

In addition, the actress said she did not eat before leaving the house. According to Damasus, all these and the stress from protesting resulted in her nearly passing out on two different occasions on the protest ground.

Actress Stella Damasus recounts how she nearly passed out at EndSARS protest in Dallas (video)
Stella Damasus shares how she nearly passed out at EndSARS protest. Photo: Instagram/@stelladamasus
Source: Instagram

The movie star noted that she had to quickly come out and give a narration of what happened because she noticed that there were people who recorded videos of the incident.

Damasus also assured her fans that she is fine and nothing is wrong with her.

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Fans were seen in the comment section commending the actress for doing her part despite being in the diaspora.

Read what they had to say below:

fresholivemusicng said:

"Thank God for your life. God bless you lovely heart, please do get some rest. We love you."

callistus_official said:

"Thank God you are good Stella we love you and we will keep praying for you dear."

kenchidozie said:

"God be praised for everything."

susenasondah said:

"Thanks too ,for being alive.and more to God almighty."

Some months ago, reported that the actress took to social media to share her proud mother moment with fans.

Damasus revealed that one of her daughters, Angelica Aboderin, got a full scholarship to study at an Ivy League university.

In a video shared on the actress’ page, Angelica was seen holding a Columbia University flag as she announced the good news.

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