Mary Njoku Offers Advice to Ladies Amid Reports of Missing Girls

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Nollywood actress Mary Remmy Njoku has shared valuable advice with women following reports about two missing girls.

The incident involved Celine Ndudim and Afiba Tandoh, a Ghanaian, who were reported missing after traveling from Port Harcourt, Rivers State, to Abia State on April 27 to visit a friend they met on Facebook. Subsequent reports confirmed that their bodies were found.

In response, Njoku urged women to avoid situations where they might become victims, warning that society often blames the victim, even in death. She expressed her sadness over the situation and stressed the need for a societal mindset shift.

She wrote, “Dear Ladies, whatever you do, don’t ever be a victim in Nigeria. Because if you are, it’s over for you. Even if you die, ‘na your fault’. SAD. We need to start doing better as a people! We need to reset our minds.”

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