Nollywood Stars Walk Against Child Abuse As Bola Adebayo’s New Movie Scarred Heads To The Cinema

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April 3rd, 2017 – Nollywood Stars Walk Against Child Abuse As Bola Adebayo’s New Movie Scarred Heads To The Cinema

Thursday the 30th of March was a remarkable day as budding actress Bola Adebayo and her colleagues gathered to walk against Child Abuse.

The walk tagged; SCARRED AGAINST CHILD ABUSE commenced at exactly 10am from LTV8 compound, Agidingbi, ikeja to ALAUSA secretariat.

The celebrities were later received by the Ministry of Youths & Social Development with a keynote address by the Director of Childs Protection; Mrs Bukayo ODUKOYA.

Mrs Bukayo made it known to all that; Lagos State is making all efforts to STOP the act of child abuse in our society & NO abusers will go unpunished.

She added that; the state government has provided series of welfare facilities for abused children to be properly taken care.

The Director commend the effort of the initiator (Bola Adebayo), the team & participants with advice to help create more awareness to the general public.

Meanwhile; the initiator of the Walk against child abuse & producer of “SCARRED”, Ms BOLA ADEBAYO express her profound gratitude to everyone that came to show support & the Lagos State Ministry of Youths and Social development for their acceptance of the walk, as she promise to do more.

Scarred premiere is scheduled for Sunday 9th April, 2017 in Ikeja Lagos.

One thought on “Nollywood Stars Walk Against Child Abuse As Bola Adebayo’s New Movie Scarred Heads To The Cinema

  1. WISH NA LUCK.UNIVERSITY STUDENTS WERE ARRESTED AND PLACED BEHIND BARS LAST WEEK DURING PROTEST.wemust resist intimidation at all fronts.start under age marriage from folks in the north ,even past zamfara gov participated and bragged about.corruption cleansing should start at the top..dino who led in this movement suddenly chickened out after being elected.

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