Nollywood Actor Sean Jimoh Criticizes Nigerian Youth for Alleged Selective Outrage, Questions Lack of Protest for Kidnapped Abuja Children

Expressing Disapproval on Instagram

Sean Jimoh took to Instagram to voice his disappointment with the Nigerian youth, accusing them of selective activism.

He specifically questioned the absence of demands for justice for the children abducted in Abuja, suggesting that the victims’ lack of celebrity status might be a contributing factor.

Apathy Towards Abducted Children in Abuja

The actor, known for his roles in Nollywood, expressed his concern over the lack of public outcry for the ten children kidnapped by bandits in Abuja on January 7.

Shockingly, three of the abducted children have already lost their lives, while the abductors demand a hefty N700 million ransom for the release of the remaining victims.

Comparing Responses to Mohbad’s Case

Jimoh drew attention to the apparent enthusiasm and rapid mobilization seen in campaigns for justice related to celebrities, such as the late Mohbad.

He criticized what he perceives as a trend where protests often deviate from their intended purpose, turning into occasions for celebration or, worse, platforms for insulting those who may hold differing opinions.

A General Lack of Genuine Advocacy in Nigeria

Highlighting what he sees as a broader issue, Sean Jimoh lamented the scarcity of authentic cries for justice in Nigeria.

He expressed his frustration with the tendency for protests to lose their seriousness, either turning into celebratory events or opportunities for hurling insults.

Ongoing Crisis: Rising Ransom and Lives at Stake

The situation surrounding the kidnapped children in Abuja intensifies as the abductors increase the ransom to an exorbitant N700 million.

With lives hanging in the balance, Jimoh’s criticism points to a perceived societal apathy that he believes needs urgent attention and reflection among Nigerian youths.

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