Mary Remmy Njoku: Nigeria’s Insecurity Is Alarming, Our Failure To Qualify For The World Cup Is A Blessing In Disguise; It Would Have Been A Distraction.
Nigerian filmmaker and actress, Mary Remmy Njoku, has spoken out against the escalating incidences of insecurity in the country.
In response to the attacks on a train and an airport in Kaduna state, Mary stated that Nigeria’s insecurity is concerning.
The filmmaker also expressed her gratitude for Nigeria’s failure to qualify for the World Cup, claiming that it would have been a distraction.
She also stated that Nigerians must exert pressure on the government to address the country’s escalating insecurity.
See her post below:
Mary Remmy Njoku was born on the 20th of March 1985. She is the director general of Nigeria’s ROK Studios, an award-winning film studio situated in Lagos.
Her acting career began in the 2004 Nollywood film ‘Home Sickness,’ in which she co-starred with Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha. She rose to prominence after starring in the 2011 Nollywood hit ‘Blackberry Babes.’
On August 18, 2012, Mary Njoku married Jason Njoku, a British-born Nigerian entrepreneur and African start-up investor, in Festac, Lagos, in front of family, friends, and coworkers.
The couple had their first child, Jason Obinna Njoku, on July 30, 2013, a second child, Nwakaego Annabelle Njoku, on August 24, 2015, and a third child, Amber Nnenna Njoku, on August 4, 2017.