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Caroline Danjuma calls out Celebrities for skipping “Slave Markets” Protest

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Caroline Danjuma calls out Celebrities fro skipping "Slave Markets" Protest - BellaNaija

In protest of the slave trade going on in Libya, Nigerians, including actress Caroline Danjuma, have taken to the streets.

Caroline has however condemned celebrities for not coming out for the protest.

In a video on her Instagram, she said she’s very disappointed that other celebrities cannot find the time to show support to the masses. She wrote:

So highly disappointed .. you are the voice of the masses .. those of you here in Lagos couldn’t spare 15 min of your time.. posting one or two pictures because you want followers .. if you can’t fight for the masses then stop seeking for their attention … you only shout when you need them but when they need you , you keep mute .. SHAME. I hope the masses will wise up to really know who cares and invest their energy on themselves .. celebrities take the first step and fight for the masses .. oops I forgot the sun is too hot it will burn your skin ( crap)?

See the post below:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BcKD5DRHaan/?taken-by=st_lilybeth

8 Comments

  1. Patrick

    December 1, 2017 at 3:52 pm

    Its all for likes Caroline, nobody really cares. Not the govt, not the celebs and not the pple. Sad. Keep doing what U doing. It has been recorded.
    For the rest its lights, camera, action!!!!!

  2. Buhari Bu Ndi Ojor

    December 1, 2017 at 3:58 pm

    She speaks well. Like play, like play she is carving a niche for herself away from her husband’s name. Go Caroline.

    • Bernadette

      December 3, 2017 at 7:45 pm

      Caroline, you decided to marry a man who had 17 kids when you met him while others worked their way up the ladder of life. You have been dumped unceremoniously so much so you had to make massive changes to your body to feel good about yourself. No other celebrities called you out on it. Now, if fighting for Nigerians in Libya makes you happy, do it and do it selflessly. You do not have to force anybody else to fight with you. You do not have to call out any other persons. DO YOU, WHILE OTHERS DO THEMSELVES. All this noise is what? When you were enjoying Danjuma’s money, how many social fights did you engage in? Did Stephanie Okereke call you out for not joining her to fight the scourge of VVF especially since it happens to many from your husband’s part of the country. Did you manage to bring attention to the plight of those living in the creeks of the oil producing states like your home Akwa Ibom? Sit your ass down please and face your future without shaming others because if other celebrities decided to call you out, you will realize that Danjuma money cannot wash away years of filth.

  3. MurderSheWrote

    December 1, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    Naija celebs. Posted the “Pray for Libya” “Stop Slavery Auctions” blah blah so that they too can belong. They want their followers, peers and fans to say “Oh, my fave celeb knows about Libya too o”. Shikena. It’s just like the average Nigerian. I said average. Does things for the commendation from others and not necessarily because they really want to do it. It’s all for the claps, the nods, awards and nothing else. Shame shame shame!!! I love you more Caroline! Not everyone has the guts to call out the hypocrisy of their colleagues.

  4. Ann

    December 1, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    I’m not sure our celebrities realise the power they could wield. If they did, they would be mindful of every tweet, image they put out. They could do much much more than they think they are doing already. The sportsmen surprisingly are trying. Foreign celebs, even the most unlikely, do lots of charity work even to countries or continents they would never visit…oh well..maybe

    • Seriously

      December 1, 2017 at 7:18 pm

      THey do realize it. They just don’t care, not considerate of others. Thank you, Caroline for not only talk but take action as well.
      Nigerian’s biggest problem is not corruption, it’s lack of compasssion and consideration of others.
      Once that is addressed, and people think more outside of themselves, change will come, policies will change, and instead of embezzling money for yourself and family, you actually think of making a change to make the world a better place

  5. Becca

    December 1, 2017 at 8:00 pm

    they’re yet to free their own omo odos…

  6. Ekemini Ekpo

    December 4, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    When those runaway prodigal people were out on their voyage to lucre, who did they tell or call out? They thought away is better and that they’ll just come back with much money to shame us. But alas, they met their Waterloo and got what they never wanted. Let them face their music. Home is always better, no matter how hard the times, we are still surviving here #noExcuses

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