- Mercy Aigbe has taken to social media to give reasons why women should join the anti-SARS protest
- According to her, women are more likely to meet their future partners at protest ground than at the popular Christian convention, Shiloh
- The actress went on to share her own experience with a protester who tried to ask her out
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Nollywood actress, Mercy Aigbe, has taken to social media to recount how during the Alausa protest march which she attended, a guy walked up to her to strike up a conversation.
The actress revealed that it was until she removed her sunglasses and mask that he realized it was her. The mother of two went on to advise ladies to come out for protest march.
"Protest will give ladies husband this year more than Shiloh. If you like continue staying in your house."
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She then proceeded to recount her experience with the man who approached her.
"I can testify to this! Two days back at the protest in Alausa, one young guy walked up to me and said fine girl how are you? Na so I remove my mask/glasses and he screamed ‘ha Mercy'!"
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Meanwhile, Reprudencia Sonkey popularly known as Dencia has caused mixed reactions online after she took to the platform to share her thoughts on Tiwa Savage calling out Beyonce for not speaking about the anti-SARS movement.
The Cameroonian-born singer and entrepreneur expressed displeasure at Savage's video. She questioned if the Nigerian government and the police care about what Beyonce has to say.
In other news, Jane, a physically challenged Nigerian lady is currently feeling the warmth and kindness of Nigerians as she is now only a few thousand naira away from changing her life for the better.
Despite living with just a limb, this did not deter her from joining the ongoing anti-SARS protest. A photo of Jane at the protest walk surfaced online, leaving many people in awe and some, inspired.
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