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    Charles Inojie Ali Nuhu applaud success of viral video on domestic violence

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    Using their social media platforms, Inojie and Nuhu urged Nigerians to recognise their ability to make a difference by speaking out against domestic violence.

    Nollywood actors, Charles Inojie and Ali Nuhu, on Tuesday enjoined Nigerians to always speak out against domestic violence.

    The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Ali Nuhu was recently appointed as the Managing Director of the Nigerian Film Corporation (NFC).

    Inojie along with Nuhu, through their Instagram handles released a compelling video urging Nigerians to break the culture of silence surrounding domestic violence.

    Using their platforms, they aim to empower Nigerians to recognise their ability to make a difference by speaking out against domestic violence within their communities.

    In the video, the actors find themselves in a restaurant witnessing a disturbing instance of domestic violence.

    While Nuhu initially suggested ignoring the situation, Inojie emphasised the importance of taking action, declaring, “Evil thrives when good men keep quiet.

    Together, they rally those present to demonstrate their disapproval by making noise and taking a stand against the violence.

    With statistics showing that one in every three Nigerian women has experienced domestic violence, the hashtag #MakeWeHalla# serves as a call to action, inviting bystanders to join in opposing domestic violence.

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