Dowen College: I Cried for 4 Days Straight, Actress Doris Ogala Slams Those Saying She’s Chasing Clout

Dowen College: I Cried for 4 Days Straight, Actress Doris Ogala Slams Those Saying She’s Chasing Clout

  • Nollywood actress Doris Ogala has reacted to the comments of people over the video she shared on her social media page
  • The film star was one of the women who went to protest at the surroundings of Dowen College in Lagos
  • Doris was spotted shedding tears while the camera was on her face and that made people say she was chasing clout

Actress Doris Ogala has slammed people accusing her of chasing clout with the video she shared while at Dowen College.

The actress and some women were spotted at the school to demand justice for the late Sylvester Oromoni. Some Nigerians, however, stated that the actress was not serious for filming herself while crying.

Taking on her Instagram page to defend herself, Doris said she had to go live on IG for her own safety.

Actress Doris Ogala
Actress Doris Ogala reacts to people saying she's chasing clout with the Dowen College issue. Photo: @dorisogala
Source: Instagram

According to her, she got emotional while doing a live video of what was happening as they protested.

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Nigerians react

Doris' fans, however, told her to ignore naysayers.


"Let them chase their own clout nah...All of us likes attention, who is stopping them?"


"Don't mind the terrible sets of human we have in this country oooo, you just keep doing what is right... God sees you heart.... God bless you and protect you and you family."


"Please don’t mind them."


"May God stand up for you always."


"U did well dear...GOD BLESS YOU."


"Chase clout with someone's life? Some people don't even just have anything to say."


"You don’t even need to reply them, God will judge them all."


"God will punish them if only they know what pain is they don’t even understand that speaking up is for them."

We need to pray

Actress Mercy Aigbe took to her page to lament the death of some school children that were hit by a trailer.

Taking to her Instagram page, actress Mercy expressed heartbreak while trying to understand the recent sad occurrences happening with children.

The mother of two then called on all mothers, telling them that they need to pray fervently. She then begged for the mercies of God with crying emojis.


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