- Veteran Nollywood actress, Chika Ike, recently spared a thought for those who were greatly affected by the unrest in Nigeria
- The film star prayed for the lives lost during the peaceful End SARS protests in the country to rest in peace
- Chika also sympathised with business owners whose stores were looted and vandalised by hoodlums
Popular Nigerian actress, Chika Ike, recently took to social media to speak on the state of the country and how it has affected her emotional wellbeing.
The film star admitted that the past few days had been an emotional one for her and that she would continue to pray and remain hopeful that things would get better in the country.
In her post, Chika also used the opportunity to remember young Nigerians who lost their lives during the peaceful End SARS protests. She then spared a thought for business owners who were badly hit by the crises after their stores were looted and vandalised by hoodlums in their states.
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In her words:
“These past few days have been an emotional rollercoaster ride for me. We will continue to pray and be hopeful that someday soon everything will be alright. My heart goes out to everyone whose business has suffered loss and may all the souls lost RIP.”
The actress accompanied this touching post with a lovely photo of herself enjoying some time on a boat.
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In other news, Legit.ng reported that veteran actress, Lilian Bach, was also a victim of the unrest in Lagos after her shop was wiped clean by looters who vandalised the Adeniran Ogunsanya Mall in Surulere.
It is no longer news that a number of business owners were left in tears after their stores were vandalised and looted by dishonest Nigerians who used the opportunity of the unrest in the country to cause more harm and pain to innocent people.
The actress took to her page to lament the situation as she asked some valid questions. She said that the hoodlums had now put a lot of people into huge debts as a result of the vandalisation, looting and burning of people’s years of hard work.
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