Actor, Richard Mofe-Damijo Laments On ‘The State Of The Nation’

Veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe Damijo popularly know as RMD  has taken to social media to disclose that nothing has made him cheerful for the first time in a long while due to the current state of the country.

The actor who expressed his mind in a manner that seemed sorrowful said the different sad occurrences taking place in the country makes him feel reluctant to be cheerful.

He stressed that there are too many death records of people close to him as well as the killing of people in the country.

He identified that uncertainty holds everyone a ransom.

RMD concluded that Nigeria needs God’s divine intervention at a time like this.

He shared a photo of himself and accompanied it with the caption;

“For the first time in a very long while, I find nothing to be cheerful about.

Too many deaths of even people I know, not to mention the national carnage.

Uncertainty holds us all ransom.

If ever the use of “The Hand of God” in theatre is more needed, it is now, in this Nigerian Play of Despair and Desolation.

Divine intervention, where you dey?
We are at our wits end surely!”

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