Friday, 26 July 2013

Underage Marriage Law: Tonto Dike Dares Senators; Calls Them ‘Olodo’ And ‘Mumu Oga At The Top’

Nigerian celebrities have continued to vent their anger on those representing them at the Upper Chamber of the National Assembly for voting against section 29 (a) of the proposed constitutional amendment, which states that a Nigerian girl-child can only go into marriage legally when she is at least 18 years of age.

It was popular thespian and acclaimed ‘Nollywood sexiest, Omotola Jalade who first voiced her position against the act at the just concluded Most Beautiful Girl in Nigerian beauty pageant in the oil rich city of Bayelsa.
“It scares and totally shocks me that the Senate in Nigeria (the most populous black nation in the world and giant of Africa) would not be passing in a law ensuring that every child should compulsorily be enrolled in school.” Omotola said.
Joining the league of other angry celebrities currently condemning the cruel and wicked assertion of the Senators is Nollywood Queen of Controversy, Tonto Dikeh.
Apparently angered by the ongoing development, Tonto on her Facebook post this morning addressed members of the National Assembly as idiots and mumus.


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