Veteran actress Genevieve Nnaji has joined the protest against the Special Anti-Robbery Operators (SARS) as she pens an opened letter to the President, Buhari.
The actress and movie producer has narrated a bitter experience her young niece passed through in the hands of SARS operators. According to the actress, her 13-year old niece was harassed and slapped by SARS for carrying a laptop. She added that after the incident, her laptop was seized. Genevieve further pointed out how nothing was done about it even after complaints were made.
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“Mr. President it’s time to lead. I remain saddened by the fact that my country is only an incubator for greatness and not a habitat. The world is clearly moving on. With or without us. What will your legacy be when it’s all said and done? I aspire for mine to leave a mark and not a scar…..” she wrote.
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