Ruth Kadiri comes for Nigerian politicians

Ruth Kadiri

Multiple award winning Nigerian actress, film producer and screen writer Ruth Kadiri has come out to critic political parties and their candidates.

The 32 year old stated that she woke up angry that she’s a Nigerian and that voting should be abolished in Nigeria until death sentence is given to public servants who misuse funds.

”I woke up angry with myself for been a Nigerian.

We should abolish voting in Nigeria until death sentence laws are given to politicians and public servants who misuse Nigeria’s funds. I said what I said.
Correct me if I’m wrong and tell me what your government has done for you” she said in a statement.

Kadiri studied mass communication at the University of Lagos and business administration at Yaba College of Technology. She was born on March 24, 1988, in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria.

The mum of one ventured into acting in the movie Boys Cot and has since featured in over fifty movies. She has also written and co-written movies like Matters Arising, Heart of a Fighter, Ladies Men, Sincerity, First Class and Over the Edge.

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  • Nigerians still do not fully comprehend the existential quandary we face as a nation. The question of course is, does Nigeria really exist as an independent nation? Perhaps that is why our leaders are the way they are. They know we have a hopeless situation and so only care about what they can get out of it. Lets start from the beginning. Nigeria was the original idea of and an invention of the British. Anytime anyone invents a product or an idea they usually patent it and own the rights to do whatever they want with it. Is it possible that the British sold the rights to Nigeria to another nation making Nigeria a proxy nation? We know the kind of wars the Americans fought to gain independence from the British. Canada as a nation is still tied to the apron strings of the British Royal house. But Nigeria seemed to have gotten her independence on a platter of gold. Do we ever question that? I do not think the British at the time in question really liked the audacity of our budding freedom fighters. These people were dependent on the British Nation then as they are now for their education, health and many basic needs, yet they purport to be fighting for an independent nation. Kind of like biting the fingers that is feeding you. I doubt that any feeder would like their fingers bitten. Hence there might have been punitive measures put in place to teach our leaders some lessons, which of course they have refused to learn after all these years.

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