The Industry Needs Divine Intervention – Ejiro Okurame

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In this latest interview, star actress Ejiro Okurame talked at length on her Lésbi experience in Nollywood and how many female movies stars are involved in what she called a demonic lifestyle.

Eji Okurame also narrates her encounter with a lésbian in Abuja among other issues;

Interview excerpt below;

Interviewer: Were you séxually harassed as an upcoming actress?

Ejiro Okurame: I didn’t set myself up to be séxually harassed. However, the issue of séxual harassment is in every organization not just Nollywood. It happens everywhere.

Interviewer: What is your view about Lésbi in the industry?

I think it is demonic. I won’t say much about it because a lot of people are involved. The industry needs divine intervention so God can erase such people from the industry. It has eaten deep and it is affecting us. That’s why we need to seek the presence of God. Lésbi is a sign of the end of time.

Interviewer: Have you been a victim before?

Ejiro Okurame: No, not really. I think it is when you give room for these things that they occur. I was in Abuja for a particular event when a lady asked me to sit on her laps. I was like ‘what, sit on your laps! For what?’ I left and got my own chair.


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