- Popular Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson, recently took to social media to rant over the fact that a teacher in her daughter Purity's school intimidates her
- According to the actress, the teacher let Purity know that she does not like her mum and still punished her
- A lady identified as Nancy has taken to Instagram with her own version of what went down and noted that the actress and her husband caused havoc in the school
According to her, since her 8-year-old daughter resumed at her new school, she has been complaining about a particular teacher who comes to her class just to let her know that she does not like the actress.
Lady counters Mercy Johnson
A lady identified as Nancychidera has taken to Instagram to counter Mercy's post and also to call her out over her alleged bad behaviour.
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According to Nancy, Purity was sent away from her former school because of "the actress' demental attitude and refusal to train her children".
She continued by saying that Purity was corrected by a teacher and Mercy in turn came to the school to wreak havoc and humiliate the headteacher.
Nancy added that Mercy thinks she is the most hated actress and during her display, she called her husband who in turn came with three hefty bodyguards to the school for disturbing his wife and child.
She also disclosed that the headteacher did not utter a word despite the humiliation and only stood there and cried while the actress assaulted her like a mad woman.
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Mercy Johnson named in Google’s most searched
The much-loved Nigerian actress had a reason to celebrate after adding more feathers to her hat.
The mother of four was recently recognised in Google Nigeria’s most searched list.
As if that was not enough, Mercy was also named by Avance Media as one of the 100 most influential women in Africa.
Mercy made the list alongside other influential personalities such as Aisha Yesufu, Angelique Kidjo, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, to name a few.