Omotola Jalade Blasts Corrupt Nigerian Government Officials “Shame On You”

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June 13, 2013 – Omotola Jalade Blasts Corrupt Nigerian Government Officials “Shame On You”

As we are all aware that Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade travelled to the United States of America few weeks ago where she spent close to a month.

The actress arrived Nigeria about 2 weeks and it seems the whole messy situation in the country is getting into her.

The actress took to her Twitter page @ realomosexy few hours ago to blast corrupt Nigerian Government officials who steal and dominate the masses without providing any reasonable solution to the economic and health problem facing the country.

Hear Omotola in her own words below;

Hmmm… I keep asking. What is the value of a Nigerian Life. What is the primary job of a Government?

Shame on Humans who pledge to serve fellow humans, get in2 power n ignore their duties, intimidate d citizens, becomn headboys of local schools
Are Nigerians entitled to health care benefits? what’s the way forward from maternal mortality for a start
Shame on those who worship money forget their silent heroes n suck up to corrupt leaders n sell their voice!
Shame on you who only talks too
I will do something, perhaps with OYEP, YOU TOO CAN SIGN PETITIONS

And finally shame on you who sees this message and your conscience hunts but are afraid to RT your voice has been bought. I’m out.

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Hmmm who will deliver this nation from the hands of these selfish leaders?

20 thoughts on “Omotola Jalade Blasts Corrupt Nigerian Government Officials “Shame On You”

  1. In d bloodstream of every nigerian, there is an innate potential. It is called theft. Therefore what do u expect? Corruption and wickedness.

  2. I support u. A real big shame on dem……they r all doers of darknes…..To hell wit dem all!

  3. I think ur the only nollywood star that thoroughly know what it means to be a star at list speak for the million voiceless Nigerian ,shame into other nollywood actors who dance around this corrupt govt. official just to take there own shear of this nations loot god will punish them together.

  4. I think ur the only nollywood star that really know what it means to be a star at list speaking for the million voiceless Nigerian ,shame unto other nollywood actors who dance around this corrupt govt. officials just to take there own part of this nations loot god will punish them together.

  5. Omo Sexy i back you up shame on them riding expensive cars sleeping big mansion while people you are governing dieing slowly… what is the essence of elected leader. when they can carry their duty and responsibility out. shame on you

    I’m also out jooooooooo

  6. You are right but there is no need of all this plenty of words or talks, we just have to pray for our nation because the problem of Nigeria is beyond human thinking and no human can solve this accept only God in Heaven! cos you that is saying shame to Nigeria, remember you and i is the Nigeria we are talking about and if you are in the top position you will do the same thing because the spirit that is controlling our leaders will also connect with you and make you do the same thing that they are doing now.
    Just imagine an actress, you are traveling to abroad every month, what about if you are a politician that means you will be going there every day.

    Man can not change situation only God can do.

    • @D.W, traveling belong to her business, and is all 4 better, learning and making new contacts, so if our leaders should travel every day, it should b 4 good. but is a pity is d other way round. is really a shame.

    • @D.W, traveling belong to her business, and is all 4 better, learning and making new contacts, so if our leaders should travel every day, it should b 4 good. but is a pity is d other way round. is really a shame.but hw do u compare a woman of wisdom with a vission, to this roten criminals, check ur self.

    • Why are u talk lik dis, we hav 2 blame them cos they are nt a gud leadership n i believ if u self av an opportunity 2 b in dat position u wil jst embezle our money

  7. Nice one omosexy, i have be waiting to hear something like this for a long time. Thank God it finally came, if only others (celeb)could follow suit. Nigerians look up to u guys as role models and i bet u once u guys say occupy masses will follow so long its for good course. i mean make the country ungovernable for the theives called politicians.they stole all our oil monies and forget their primary duties, good healthcare, portable water, sound educational system, power and other social amenities. I asked my self cant the govt be sued for breach of trust, pl some one put me right.

  8. How long are we going to pray for them. I believe every church in nigerian commit Nigerian in prayers every sunday service but to no avail. God will punish them well

  9. Point of correction D.W..she dn’t say shame to nigeria buh she said nigeria politicians who feed fat on pples fund….i join omo to say shame onto them…may almighty God deliver us…..am out too jare

  10. OMO I WAS ANOYED WHEN THEY VOTE FOR YOU BEC I DIDNT SEE ANY THING TO DESERVE KNOW YOU WALK UP IS GOOD WHEN YOU TALK THE TRUTH I AM HAPPY AND WE WILL SUPORT YOU ABOUT ^( SHAM ON YOU ) SLOGAN WE MUST FIGHT THEM ALL OF US IT IS TO MUCH FOR US TO BE POOR

  11. help me tell those maluuuu we have as government.they have traveled to Europe and the saw the life in Europe but they fail to make change in in our country.

  12. Omosexy shame to u too?” u claim to be de good one among all then why can’t u go to National assembly and speak up for masses!” i the laf una way de here de insult Government’s pls who re the Government, insulting will never sort any thing out” is only prayer dat can help dis Nation infact African entirly!!!” so Omosexy u no well!!!

  13. The problem about Nigeria is Nigerian u are the cause of ur own problem n u will the solution of said problem. Even u change the entire as long they saw other people in the act they will stay continue. so just pray for good governance.

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