Actress Kemi Afolabi has announced her returned to Nigeria months after getting treated for lupus in the United States of America, adding that she is back to her biggest fear.
The 44-year-old announced her return in an Instagram post on Monday October 31.
Kemi, however, lamented the traffic in the country and the weather.
The actress also called on the Ogun State government to fix the Ofada-Owode road leading to her hometown.
She wrote: “Back to my biggest fear. My country NIGERIA. Nothing has changed! Same Nonni our Airpot arrival is damn too hot. The way quickly removed my Top and tied it on my waist to rock my camisole with pride ehn! them no they tell person, body go tell you. From the Lagos Murtala Mohammed International Airport through oshodi to Mowe via the Lagos/ Ibadan Express way na traffic full everywhere! In the end no clue for the cause Wait, what are these politician using to campaign in the forth coming elections naa because me am not understanding o. It must be extremely hard a task for the right authorities to track down kidnappers!
“This is no longer funny at the rate kidnapping is on the rise on a daily in Nigeria. What will it cost the government to start ransacking day and night with the use of helicopters, ground troops and al? The ofada-Owode road that leads to my home is ina sorry state that even SUV car will suffer a hiccup God!
“Bia Ogun state governor when are you guys fixing the roads edakun this one concern una o. Your excellency sir @dapoabiodunmfr we need your help urgently, the ofada, obafemi – owode, in mowe -ofada in Ogun state amongst others has gotten really worse. HELP US SIR, May God strengthen you to do it Why am feeling this way though, am supposed to be happy to be back home after a long time but am just so sad mahnnnn.”
March 11 reported that Kemi Afolabi revealed she was diagnosed with lupus during an interview with media personality Chude Jideonwo. The actress also pointed out that her doctor said she has just five years to live.
Following the revelation, several celebrities like Funke Akindele, Toyin Abraham, Mercy Aigbe, Yomi Fabiyi, Jaiye Kuti and Day Amusa launched a fundraiser for the actress.