Nollywood actor and media personality Uche Maduagwu, has taken to his official social media handle to call out his fellow colleague Ruth Kadiri for her statement, as she claims Nigerians doesn’t deserve help from celebrities.
According to Maduagwu, Nigerians need celebrities to help create jobs rather than calling out politicians. Maduagwu, went further to inform her that she is yet to provide any form of social welfare to citizens neither can she boast of creating job opportunities.
According to Ruth Kadiri;
“How do you fight for people who don’t want to be fought for? How do you defend people who will tell you to rest after two post about you fighting for their cause on social media. The only thing they want to read about is how a celebrity’s marriage ended. Nigerians don’t deserve help”.
According to Uche Maduagwu;
“Dear Ruth before you open your mouth to talk, beg God for divine wisdom, how do you know Nigerians do not deserve help? How many scholarship have you given? How many food stuff have you given out, or job opportunities have you given to the youths? Nigerians do not need us celebrities to call out politicians they need us to help them with jobs”.
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