‘You don’t have the right to say a Nigerian movie did not make sense’- Actress Ruth Kadiri


Nollywood actress and producer, Ruth Kadiri has addressed those who harshly critique Nigerian movies and productions made by Nigerians.

Nigerian movies have over the years come under severe criticisms and most dwelled on the storyline and technical input in the productions as they claim the storyline is not rich and authentic.

Taking to her Instagram story, Ruth Kadiri vented her spleen on critics and stated that no one has the right to run down locally produced movies and say the movies don’t make sense.

According to the mother of one, she will not tolerate it and she made reference to the Lekki massacre that occurred in October 2020 where she reminded Nigerians of when a camcorder was found at Lekki tollgate after the military opened fire at unarmed EndSARS protesters.

She wrote:

No Nigerian has the right to say a Nigerian movie did not make sense. Not critique, not hatter, nothing. I will not tolerate it.

For this same Nigeria, them find camcorder for endsars gate. For this same Nigeria, policeman dey sell Asoebi. Hmmmmmm