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“You have snatched tomorrow from us” Actress Regina Chukwu breaks down in tears as she drags Nigerian leaders in the mud



Regina Chukwu

Nollywood actress Regina Chukwu has got tongues wagging online again by dragging the Nigerian government for the supposed unfair treatment of the masses.

The heartbroken actress, who broke down in tears on a live video, shared her plight with Nigerians.

Regina Chukwu lamented the sufferings of Nigerians, reflecting on the past struggles which many had hoped the future would be better.

Regina Chukwu claimed the government had refused to make the future better; instead, they snatched tomorrow from the Youths.

During the live video session, Nigerians who joined Regina Chukwu also lamented the country’s poor state.

Many expressed fear for their lives and loved ones as schools, markets, churches or mosques, and other public spaces are no longer safe in the country.

Kemi Filami earlier reported that Regina Chukwu issued a stern warning to her colleagues campaigning for any political party ahead of the 2023 general elections.

In a lengthy Instagram post, the furious actress threatened to physically attack any of her colleagues who have been bought to sell off the future of Nigeria.

She wrote: “If you go beat me, I go chop the beating in peace but your body go hear am too
Enough of all this non^ense!
Enough of all the greed
Enough of all your insensitive actions towards Nigerians
Yall are only concern abt the token they give you ( I dont care even if it runs in millions, it’s still a misery sum compared to the lives of our people)

Since you people have been collecting this money, what changed has happened to your life???? (Koka,kola no ni) it time to try a different approach.
It’s time to look out for the future of our children
It’s time to get serious for ONCE!
It’s not making any sense!.

And to the non celebrity too if your mothers are among those people that dance and sing all those st^pid songs and be following politicians abt, pls hold them o, help me tell them that they are dancing away the future of their children.

Tell your fathers (anon alaga cansu) that they are our problem and this will hunt their generations to come!

All hands must be on deck!”