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Nollywood Yoruba Actors & Actresses, G10 Stars Protest Against Jungle Justice

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Nollywood Yoruba Actors & Actresses, G10 Stars Protest Against Jungle Justice

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January 24, 2014 – Nigerian Yoruba Actors & Actresses, G10 Stars Protest Against Domestic Abuse & Jungle Justice In Nigeria

Popular female stars in Nollywood Yoruba genre yesterday gathered together under the umbrella of G10 to match against domestic abuse and jungle justice in Nigeria.

Big names like Fathia Balogun, Foluke Daramola, Bisi Ibidapo Obe, Ronke Oshodi Oke Ojo, Moji Olaiya and Ayo Adesanya were joined with veteran actor Dele Odule, Yomi Fash Lanso and other big names in the Yoruba movie industry on Thursday to walk for justice.

The movie stars took secondary school students along with them to demonstrate against jungle justice. They cited the torture of 3 women at the popular Ejigbo market where one victim has passed on.

The protesters also condemned jungle justice and admonished parents and guardians to desist from abusing their children/wards while calling on the Federal Government to be more pro-active on policy initiation and implementation to protect women and children.

Here are some photos from the protest:

ayo adesanyaAyo Adesanya

Ayo & Ronke Ojo

bisi ibidapoBisi Ibidapo

fathia balogunFathia Balogun

Foluke Daramola in front

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23 Comments

23 Comments

  1. Idayatu M

    January 25, 2014 at 2:10 AM

    shameeeee on you Foluke Daramola can’t you for goodness sake buy a smart bra to pack your stuff in. Why look like a 60 year old woman when you are only 35.
    Can’t you learn from Ronke Oshodi Oke?

    • davies

      January 25, 2014 at 12:10 PM

      u are definitely shameless for u 2 hv open that
      ur rotten mouth to call somebody shameless for doing a good job, all the ladies there are far far better than u silly idiot, senseless fool.

      • kenzy

        January 26, 2014 at 7:24 PM

        davies u av spoken well

  2. D truth

    January 25, 2014 at 2:12 AM

    They all look so ugly who are these bush people I have never seen dem before

    • YEMZO

      January 25, 2014 at 6:21 AM

      Learn d way 2 adress pple dis is a cruel statement.Ao did u luk u way d abuse odas

    • davies

      January 25, 2014 at 12:16 PM

      pls put ur picture there 4 us to compare u guys, ppl trekking under this hash sunlight sweating and all that u are there talking a like fool, am not surprise cus u are idiot

  3. Lolita Hair

    January 25, 2014 at 2:32 AM

    Foluke is a cheap woman she hardly spend money on herself.
    She look like a housegirl in that cheap bra

    • davies

      January 25, 2014 at 12:17 PM

      pls do help us buy 4 her solo

  4. funmi adeniyi

    January 25, 2014 at 2:45 AM

    Haba,dat ws too harsh.why d unecessary beef naa.

    • Reality

      January 25, 2014 at 11:20 AM

      Don’t mind them o! Why the abuse na? The ladies are performing social responsibility in their own way why some people are busy performing social irresponsibility by racking abuse on someone else’s bra, na wa.

  5. Omodara Johnson

    January 25, 2014 at 3:00 AM

    Keep up the good work ladies we are solidly behind you

  6. Bolaji

    January 25, 2014 at 3:01 AM

    @ idayatu m & D truth, l belive u guys a not wel trained, hw can u refer 2 ur felo human being in dat mana, l beliv u a 4r other tribe, no yoruba person wil adress som1 lik dat. We hav maximum respect 4 humam diginity, nobody including u guys shold b refer 2 lik dat, evry human deserve high level of esteem. Pls don’t u ever refer 2 ur felo haman being lik dat again eventhog de person is wrong, such atitude is absolutely wrong expecialy when de person is doing a gud job such as what they a doing, condeming de act of violent again our incomparable mother.

  7. Jesse J

    January 25, 2014 at 3:02 AM

    Who are the g10 stars if I may ask is that a new group inside Nollywood

    • davies

      January 25, 2014 at 12:05 PM

      call them and ask

  8. davien

    January 25, 2014 at 5:12 AM

    Violence i can strongly say is in nigerian culture…evident by several witness accounts in india@goa where the loss of a nigerian life resulted in mass violence at goa in india,also evident by the nigerian that killed a british soldier in europe by gutting and stabbing him repeatedly,also the trend of immediately roasting alledged perpetrators,also the inability of representatives in the house of assembly to convey without engaging in physical combat,evident by the comments that will supercede mine… :)

  9. Gentle

    January 25, 2014 at 8:07 AM

    good Job, keep it up, God bless.

  10. Dan

    January 25, 2014 at 8:39 AM

    If this Laudable cause is less apparent than the appearance of the participants, then u my friend have major household wickedness issues.

    There is too much bitterness and rage in you and you are from the crop of the barbarians who these people march against.

    What have you done for humanity? What is the purpose of your life? To bring other people down?

    We are all created in gods image ..his spirit is in us regardless of your religion. It is left for each person to activate that spirit or waste it. God is a creator, so we should create and encourage instead of destroy and discourage. We should make positive impact on our fellow humans regardless of whether they are good towards u or bad..showing them that u are not in their ranks of wickedness. That is what sets u apart and shows your strength.

  11. parrot

    January 25, 2014 at 9:38 AM

    @idayatu lolita n d truth. a bunch of poverty striken ppl like u r busy insulting diz respectable women fyting 4 d society, instead of commending dia effort, u guys r busy typing trash with ur unhealthy fingers….abeg mk I hear word!!!!! anyways, d need to abolish jungle justice n parents abusing dia kids n even teachers doing d same, is ripe ..like d gay law dat was implemented, diz one shuld follow suit…we ain’t animals 4 crying out loudly, diz iz d 21st century

  12. teskolo

    January 25, 2014 at 10:47 AM

    My fellow naija pple, must everybody dress to kill why do we always ignore moral and good characters that is the most important part of pple. All we say is that he/she does not dress well or she/ he does not speak good English and we don’t care to ask what ” impact” or contribution this person has contributed to his or her community . We are the one that make our leader search for vanity things. How can u be a governor how much u get bla bla bla ba . Only if all this stop that is the way forward. If we say oyinbo do this oyinbo do this pple way say make we know talk about them. There is no saint anywhere but the fact that some of this pple are more committed to their community/nation make them think twice and pple do appreciate what they do and that makes them want to do more. Not how much u get, Watin he wear,which car u dey use . If man of God dey use big cars like some naija pastors even Muslim leaders cos I be Muslim but I don’t support any leader or man of God that they don’t practice what they do . I know one day naija to better but all this minor things we don’t count really count to make naija a better place .i believe pple with good moral will get where I am coming from and going.

  13. David Osho

    January 25, 2014 at 5:12 PM

    @idayatu and lolita hair or whatever your dumb-ass names is called. One don’t have to reason deep to detect both of you have brain touch. Apparently, both of you are retarded hence, people won’t took to the street out of their busy schedules fighting injustice and abuses that are affecting every household Nigerians including your sorry self; and the only contributions and thank you messages a low-life morons like you two could send is raining insults upon them from your home. Has any you seen the video of the lady that was tortured to death because of 50 Naira pepper? I wish you do, otherwise both of you will know how to address people. Suppose the woman in question is your sister or mother or family member would you still running your stinking mouths on the protesters? The same incident or worst could happen to either of you or member of your families tomorrow, because no one can for-see the future except God. If Foluke doesn’t spend money on herself why don’t your sick brains make provisions for her since both of you think you’re better. How can a depraved wretch like you who don’t care about herself and her future appreciate the meaningful contribution of others in the society. Obviously, the two of you lack mannerism. @d truth If you see the truth will you recognize it? In fairness to you, I believe you lack good vision based on the nonsense coming out of your sick brain. You calling people ugly, how many soul have you created in your entire life? Besides,you need to check yourself in the mirror before addressing people as such.

  14. David Osho

    January 25, 2014 at 5:24 PM

    I sincerely commend the efforts of these people. If most Nigerians have the same concept and vision to do things right, our Country will be better off than its current status. Our leaders have failed us so also is our justice system. To our men and women of valor Nigerians give you kudos and expecting more of this action from you. Thank you God bless. Needing financial support towards this course please mssg me on davidoshoma@gmail.com

  15. Linda Evans

    January 25, 2014 at 9:39 PM

    @David Osho, firs of all introduction. You bearing my maiden name Osho. where are you from? foluke look gk in that outfit but she need to pack herself it is not that they hate just let her know incase of next time afterall she’s not the only one there. To me oooo she’s ok by the way what are they protesting against is the GAY thing or what?

  16. sax

    January 26, 2014 at 5:16 AM

    @ linda read d article u will see wat deyy are protesting. i wish all celebrities cn do dis

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