Recently berated Kannywood actress, Rahama Sadau has taken to social media to call out the Federal Government over the killings taking place in the Northern part of the country, with reference to the recent brutal slaughtering of 43 innocent farmers in Zabarmari a community in Borno State by the extremist Islamic Sect Boko Haram.
The actress who made her on Twitter in a series of tweets, she charged the FG to rise up to its responsibilities of protecting the lives and property of its citizens. While also noting that the worsening and deepened level of insecurity in the country as only intensified the violence against women more in the country.
@Rahma_sadau wrote, “The insecurity we (are) currently facing in northern Nigeria is uncalled for and should be dealt with immediately.
“The sole meaning of life is to serve humanity, but then how do we do serve life when we have lost all sense of humanity? It is barbarous!
“I call on relevant authorities to respond and protect us against the increasing number of violence against women and put an end to insecurity in Nigeria.”
See her tweet below;
My birth month is here 😃as well the last month of the year. This year 2020 is embodied with high challenges, first was the Covid-19, second was economy uncertainty and third insecurity. These present realities have deepened violence against women who bears the brunt of crisis… pic.twitter.com/pLwb23QOMg
— Rahama Sadau 🇳🇬 (@Rahma_sadau) December 1, 2020
Rahama Sadau who had stirred up controversy last month for posting a photo of herself on social media wearing a backless dress and not covering her hair in contravention of Islamic canons.
Sadau was subsequently banned by the northern movie industry as many northern Islamic elements criticised her and threatened to attack her.
The actress subsequently deleted the picture and apologised to her fans but many blamed her for attracting negative comments towards Islam.