Nollywood actress and producer, Foluke Daramola-Salako has joined the list of Nigerian celebrities unveiling their thoughts about the ongoing ordeal of singer, Naira Marley.
The fast rising singer who is currently in prison after a Federal High Court in Lagos ordered his remand, has been the most discussed celebrity in the entertainment industry in recent months.
Joining her voice to the raging issue, the Cobweb producer took to her social media platform to share her opinion on the Naira Marley story, reprimanding Nigerian celebrities who extol Internet fraud.
According to her, the practice of Internet fraud and cyber-crime is detrimental to the image of the country. She further stated that it is important for Nigerians to stop supporting villainous act.
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Read the lengthy post she shared on her Instagram:
“Sometimes I wonder how our people think.
One thing I want us to know is that two wrongs don’t make a right.
Just because there is no money in the country, there is no work does not justify corruption, does not justify evil. Because our politicians are doing it does not make it right for us to do it.
It is really sad when we try to paint bad as good.
I don;t want to mention names and I am not going to tag anybody. We should under stand the implications, the depth of what we do”
Watch the video Foluke uploaded on social media below.
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My take is we have to start building a stronger and better Nigeria from u and 1 if we say cos the country is bad and doesn't have anything to offer us then we will be the victims of our own misbehavior,never forget we are 1st Nigerians before anything and we can only but be 2nd class citizens wherever we find ourselves so y are we bent on soiling the name of our country further???!!!!?????? #2wrongsdontmakearight #bethepositivechangeyouwanttosee #negativityisanonoforme #makethepositiveimpactuwanttisee
Naira Marley was arraigned in court on Monday over charges bothering on fraud and cyber-crime.
He was slammed with an 11-count charge by the EFCC and was eventually remanded in Prison till May 30th when his bail application hearing will hold.