Nigeria can't be better until there are consequences for wrongdoers, Actress Ruth Kadiri says
- Actress Ruth Kadiri has shared her opinion about the state of affairs in Nigeria and how things can get better
- According to the film star, there should consequence for doing the wrong things
- Kadiri noted that it is only the poor people who pay for their actions
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Nollywood movie star Ruth Kadiri has been using her online platform to contribute to social issues lately and she just addressed another issue via an Instagram post.
The actress in the post submitted that there need to be consequences for doing the wrong things in Nigeria. According to her, it is the only way things can get better in the entire country.
Kadiri added that most people always manage to get away with their wrongdoings in the country except for those who are poor.
See her post below:
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The film star’s submission generated mixed reactions from fans on her page. Many however agreed with her opinion.
Read what some of them had to say below:
"Exactly... The law only takes effect on the poor."
"Hi officer, the message on Nigerian is truth, only when we pushed the corrupt in the society before it will go better thanks."
"That's our problem, no courts for tortuous liabilities, small small offences that occur on daily basis."
"The consequence for wrongdoing. Stealing is death!!!!! Since Nigerians love life they will respect the death penalty."
"Until any public servant start resigning for their wrongdoings in offices b4 Nigeria can be g8."
"Pure truth, some rich people will be like "I will deal with u and nothing will happen"
In a related story about the actress, Legit.ng reported that she sparked up a heated debate in her Instagram comment section after dropping a piece of relationship advice for her fans.
Kadiri in her post submitted that lovers should be able to go through each other’s mobile devices. According to her, once secrecy is allowed in a relationship, then other things start to set in.
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