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Nigerians Put Omotola On Blast For Reporting Buhari To CNN & Time Magazine

OMOTOLA-600X600On Tuesday, September 8, a student of the University of Lagos, UNILAG was electrocuted to death.

The student, Oluchi Anekwe, a 300-Level first-class student of the Department of Accounting, was returning from an evening mass with her younger sister at about 7pm when a high-tension wire fell on her.

Anekwe was reportedly rushed to the medical centre, where she was said to have died a few minutes later.

Angry students of UNILAG took to the university’s gates around 8am the following day to protest the young lady’s death. The protesters shut the gates in the school, calling on the Vice-Chancellor to address them.


The VC, of the school, Prof. Rahamon Bello, did address the students, saying investigations will be made by the police who will make enquiries from the electricity distribution company.

But Nigerian actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, felt that wasn’t enough and took to Twitter to speak her mind…

The actress copied CNN, Time Magazine and President Muhammadu Buhari in her tweets. This didn’t go down well with Nigerians who felt it was unnecessary to draw international attention to a domestic issue.

OMOTOLA-NIGERIANS TWEETSAfter all the attack from Nigerians, the actress who Time Magazine named as one of its 100 Most Influential People in the World, posted this picture quote in reply…


Hmmm…what are your thoughts on this?




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