- Nollywood actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, has eventually addressed the people who come to his page and mistake sacrifice for money ritual
- According to the thespian, the misconception corrupts his real and committed followers
- Kanayo also mentioned that he would take out time to air his opinion about such people
Veteran Nigerian actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, has always been vocal on the misconceptions about his kind of person based on his movie roles.
The movie star recently addressed a group of people who have tagged him a money ritualist with a post on his official Instagram page.
According to the lawyer, people always mistake sacrifice for money ritual and end up corrupting his real and committed followers.
Kanayo who also mentioned that a kind word can change someone’s day said it was not compulsory for people to follow him on the platform.
Noting that there was still more to come from him, he said that he would post comments which portrayed how he felt with the vile comments from people who clearly do not respect their parents at home.
Excerpt from his post read:
"Good morning friends, one kind word can change someone’s entire day. For those who come on my page to always mistake the word sacrifice for money rituals, please stop corrupting my real and committed followers. It’s not compulsory that you follow me."
In other news about the actor, Legit.ng earlier reported that Kanayo O. Kanayo took to social media to share videos from when he was celebrated by his community for being a lawyer.
The veteran thespian said that members of his Nru Umueze Oboama community in Ezinihitte Mbaise, Imo State, presented him with gifts for being the first lawyer produced by the Umuike na Nkwo clan.
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He also shared videos from the gathering on his page.
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Source: Legit Nigeria