Don’t change the story, our peaceful youths are not the hoodlums – Funke Akindele reacts to Edo Prison break

Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele has reacted to the latest drama that occurred at Edo State whereby hoodlums attacked the Benin Medium Security Correctional Centre on Sapele Road to release inmates.

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In order to restore law and order in the state, Edo State Government imposed

a 24-hour curfew across the 18 local government areas of the state

until further notice.

With Nigerians yet to get over that story 2000 inmates have reportedly been

released as hoodlums stage yet another jailbreak at Oko correctional

facility in Edo state.

Nine persons were reportedly killed during this jailbreak.

This latest development have sparked reactions from top personalities in the

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entertainment industry and Funke Akindele who have been prominent in speaking

out on the EndSars movement have shared her opinion.

The beautiful screen diva some minutes ago urged the Government not to change

the story as the youths who have been protesting for the past ten days

are not hoodlums.

She noted that the youths fighting are not the touts on the street and thus should not

be labelled as the hoodlums who were involved in the prison break drama.

See her tweet below:

With the whole Edo State now placed on curfew for 24 hour, all eyes will be on

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the Government if the offenders will brought to book.

EndSars protest have however continue in other states across the country as youths continue to voice out their frustration.

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