Nigerians drag Mo Abudu over #EndSARS memorial message

Mo Abudu

Some Nigerians have dragged filmmaker Mo Abudu over her #EndSARS memorial message.

The filmmaker a video and photos of some of the protesters on Instagram on Wednesday with the caption: “We pray for Nigeria. For peace within her walls. For security within her citadels. For righteousness and justice in her domain.”

Reacting under the comment section of the post some Nigerians who claimed that the 57-year-old was in business with the government said that the post was offensive.

Below are some of the comments.

“This is actually a very funny yet annoying post because you are the same person that invited the governor to your event and was flashing him in our faces barely 3 months after the lekki massacre. We’re not fools. We see y’all,” My Lagosthriftshop wrote.

“Aunty the bad system favour you now.. don’t post rubbish here,” Olasosal wrote.

“Damage control. We don’t buy this,” Rachel wrote.

Marce75 wrote: “This post is actually very offensive… Take this down and post the real discuss at the moment. EndSarMemorial…… Smhhh.”

Gbo614 wrote: “Mama go Set down jor, Who ask You. Thank God you have Children’s. You may have money but peace will far from u.”

“Lol, why’re you always praying, where are the actions? You have the connections, we don’t see you use them,” Woopieass added.

“Hypocrisy is an interesting thing, you didn’t need to post this. We know what side of the divide you are on. You could have just ignored rather than make this offensive post,” Tresureakanbi wrote.

“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor. You own a platform where you have direct access to @jidesanwoolu call them out! Ask them to do better,” Harlima wrote.