We complain about bad behaviour but do worse when given the opportunity, Moyo Lawal on looting

We complain about bad behaviour but do worse when given the opportunity, Moyo Lawal on looting

- Moyo Lawal has taken to social media to share her opinion about reports of looting across the country

- According to the Nollywood actress, people complain about bad behaviour but do worse when they get the slightest opportunity

- Lawal pointed out that hunger is often the excuse given by people but they keep giving birth to children with no plans on how to raise them

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Nollywood actress, Moyo Lawal, has described the ongoing looting across the nation as heartbreaking as she questioned when it will be enough.

The movie star complained about those who criticise bad behaviour but often do worse when they have the opportunity.

In her caption, she stated that most people give hunger as the excuse for their actions but are not ready to take birth control seriously. Lawal explained that people give birth to kids with no plans on how to raise them.

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We complain about bad behaviour but do worse when given the opportunity, Moyo Lawal on looting
Lawal questioned when people would learn to take birth control seriously. Photo credit: @moyolawalofficial/Instagram
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She wrote:

"Doesn’t doing all this , make us worse than our oppressors? The number one excuse is always hunger , but when do we start to take birth control seriously? Like people just keep having children with no plans at all on how to raise them , then the Cycle just continues .... .... . .... ....... ..... I just don’t feel there is ever , any excuse good enough for violence , especially to people that did absolutely nothing to you."

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In a similar story, Nigerian actress, Isaac Chinwe, recently took to her social media page to react to the reports of people looting warehouses where COVID-19 palliatives were stored across the country.

The Nollywood star asked people to stop looting the palliatives. According to her, people get hurt in the process and it is not the right way to go.

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Speaking further, Chinwe said that instead, people should take photos for proof when they discover such warehouses so that the world can see.

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