Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has taken to the social media platform, Twitter to lament the travails of the country, Nigeria.
According to the actress, Nigerians have found themselves in depressing times and they are losing faith in the nation.
Here is what the actress, published on Twitter;
“Talk to someone if you have to. Take a break. We are in depressing times. Make person head no go blow like gasket for the engine.
“We need each other at optimum to get through this. #KeepItOn.”
In another tweet, the actress slammed the government for banning the social media platform, Twitter.
“Majority are barely surviving, being killed with reckless abandon. Our children are kidnapped at will, but it’s Twitter that has helped expose these ills that is the problem?”
Recall on Friday, June 4, the Nigerian government banned the use of the social media platform, Twitter.
By Adekunle Fajana…
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