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Nigerians call out Nse Ikpe Etim for sympathising with New Zealand following mass shootings yet saying nothing about the Lagos school building collapse

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Nigerians call out Nse Ikpe Etim for sympathising with New Zealand following mass shootings yet saying nothing about the Lagos school building collapse

Nse Ikpe Etim has been criticized by Nigerians after she shared an Instagram post to sympathise with New Zealand following the Christchurch mosques mass shooting.

The actress wrote:

It is with heaviness of heart that the world has received the news of the New Zealand terror attack.

My thoughts are with the good people of new Zealand and I pray that they all find healing in this trying moment.

Terrorism knows no religion or race.

#newzealand #christchurch #newzealandmosqueshooting #loveandlight

Nigerians call out Nse Ikpe Etim for sympathising with New Zealand following mass shootings yet saying nothing about the Lagos school building collapse

Nigerians called out the actress for sympathising with New Zealand, yet saying nothing on her page about the Lagos Island school building collapse which killed dozens of school kids.

Some also pointed out that she didn’t make a post about the Ethiopian Airlines crash which killed 157 people, including Nigerians.

The actress didn’t reply to the comments from her followers.

Nigerians call out Nse Ikpe Etim for sympathising with New Zealand following mass shootings yet saying nothing about the Lagos school building collapse

Nigerians call out Nse Ikpe Etim for sympathising with New Zealand following mass shootings yet saying nothing about the Lagos school building collapse

Nigerians call out Nse Ikpe Etim for sympathising with New Zealand following mass shootings yet saying nothing about the Lagos school building collapse

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