Actress Mary Njoku and her colleague Uche Ogbodo have vehemently disagreed with each others opinion after the latter criticised a man who claimed he was a victim of false rape allegation.
The man identified as Richard Osita called out a woman named Bella Nwoko last weekend on social media for allegedly attempting to falsely accuse him of rape. He also knocked the Police for not taking his complaint seriously.
Osita shared a video of the woman apologising for falsely accusing him of rape in 2021.
He said he went to the police station to complain and according to him, the police did not take him seriously because it is a “female-on-male crime.”
Reacting to it via Instagram, Uche Ogbodo told him to “relax” with his “vindictive approach,” adding that the woman only threatened and did not carry out her action. She wrote:
“Richard you need to relax with your vindictive approach! She threatened to accuse you but she never did….and turned around to apologise for it. Forgive her then and move on! Let us stop pushing wicked and meant people to ruin people’s lives all in the name of ‘I am Right’.
See how you are even abusing the Police Force! What manner of person is this guy? You want her to pay for what? For not carrying out a threat yet? Nah you even carry am come social media come announce am. Abeg shift Richard!”
Mary Remmy-Njoku disagreed, saying:
“She must face the consequences. False rape allegation can destroy someone’s life, career and reputation forever. Any time you search for his name ‘rape’ could be mentioned. And his crime was ‘not being interested in her.’ she needs to be jailed.”
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