- Stella Damasus refuses to join in 2baba's Enough Is Enough protest against the federal government
- The US based actress says she will us the time of the protest to assist people in need
- 2baba joins protest against the federal government on the state of the nation
Nollywood actress Stella Damasus has declared that she is not in support of the proposed 2baba led nationwide strike against.
The US based actress explained why she is not supporting 2baba’s Enough is Enough protest.
During her Instagram live chat on Wednesday, February 1, 2017, the mother of two said: “That time I will use to protest and talk, I will use it to do something good for the people I can help. Before protesting anything, you have to have a clear focus. When we hear this and hear this, we will not hear the exact story or know the exact information before you start protesting. People who know what’s going on in Nigeria, they are protesting. I’m not inside Nigeria right now so I cannot protest something that I don’t have the facts on. So, like I was saying, I’m praying for all of you”
Damasus moved to US with her partner Daniel Ademinokan who was formerly married to another actress Doris Simeon over three years ago.
Two 2baba has joined a protest against the federal government tagged Enough Is Enough. It is a protest against the government over the state of the economy. Many celebrities like Davido, Olamide, Burna Boy and many others have indicated their interest in the cause.
The protest was meant to hold on Sunday, February 5 but has been moved to February 6, the day President Buhari is expected to resume from his 10-day-leave.
Watch NAIJ.com's Talk Show on 2baba's proposed protest below: