Actress and singer, Cossy Orjiakor, was one of many entertainers who trooped out of their numbers to hitch the #EndSARS protests that happened throughout the nation lately. Nonetheless, past protesting, the actress additionally marked her birthday on the streets amidst the general public demonstrations.
In an encounter with Sunday Scoop, she shared her expertise. “I celebrated my birthday on the protest floor at Lekki (Lagos) as a result of the temper of the nation was saturated with bitterness and anger. Staying at house and seeing what was happening made me unhappy too. I simply needed to cheer individuals up. I do know I made a lot of guys comfortable on the protest floor. We had enjoyable on the finish of the day.
“Whether or not one is comfortable or sad, one would nonetheless die. All of us desire a new Nigeria. On the protests, I didn’t put on garments that uncovered me per se. I simply needed to rejoice my birthday with the protesters. Afterwards, I and a few of my associates had been hosted by one other shut pal,” she mentioned.
The busty actress additionally said that the final three years had been fairly robust for her. She added, “Three years in the past, I misplaced my dad. The next 12 months, my mom died and broke my leg. This 12 months, the COVID-19 pandemic disturbed a number of my plans. I’ve not even eliminated the iron (forged) in my leg after the accident. However with all what occurred, I realised that most individuals had been pretend. The person I assumed beloved me left me as a result of he couldn’t stand a woman utilizing a strolling stick. I simply seen that he was treating me like a second class citizen. Some individuals even thought I might not stroll once more. Throughout my ordeal, I noticed the true colors of my associates, so I reduce off a few of them. I thank God I’m superb now.”
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