…By Larry John for TDPel Media.
Nollywood actress Mary Remmy Njoku has taken to social media to express her distress regarding the current state of affairs in Nigeria.
Despite President Tinubu’s tenure, the country has witnessed a relentless increase in fuel and food prices.
Sharing a receipt on her Instagram page, Mary Njoku revealed that she paid 664 nairas for a toll gate and questioned whether this was the new norm or if she had been deceived.
She also highlighted the staggering cost of fuel, which now exceeds the minimum monthly wage, and raised concerns about how people are managing to survive.
Continuous Lamentations over Nigeria’s Struggling Economy
This is not the first time that Mary Njoku, the wife of Jason Njoku, has expressed her frustrations about Nigeria’s dwindling economy.
In a late-night post, she addressed her fans, questioning if they were awake as she had been unable to sleep due to the country’s mounting problems.
Mary highlighted issues such as fuel scarcity, poor security, and a lack of cash flow, among others, emphasizing the unbearable nature of the situation and the impact it has on people’s daily lives.
Mary Njoku’s Achievement and Recognition by Forbes
On a brighter note, Mary Remmy Njoku found joy in being recognized by the renowned American magazine, Forbes.
The publication recently unveiled its annual list of the 50 most influential women in Africa, featuring women from various sectors and industries.
Among the notable figures were Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chimamanda Adichie, Mo Abudu, Chioma Ude, Bolanle Austen Peters, and Mary Remmy Njoku.
Overwhelmed with gratitude, Mary expressed her surprise at making it into the prestigious magazine and credited her husband as her ‘Halo.’
She reflected on her humble beginnings as a Mile2-born Nnsukka girl and celebrated her journey to becoming a powerful figure.
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