Uche Nnanna calls out her colleagues for not rejoicing with actress Ibiwari Etuk after she was saved from kidnappers

Nigerian actress Uche Nnanna has taken to her Instagram page to call out “Nollywood people” for not rejoicing with fellow actress Ibiwari Etuk who was lucky to escape from the hands of kidnappers after being held hostage for three days.

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Etuk recently took to Instagram to narrate how some boys kidnapped her and held her hostage in a bush for three days (6th, 7th and 8th of January 2020) while they waited for her ransom to be paid.

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On the 6th, 7th and 8th of January 2020, I walked through the valley of the shadow of death but God didn't abandon me, he came through for me. That I came out alive and unhurt is a testimony. All I could do in those most terrifying days was plead for my life to those 4 boys of underworld while praying to God to confuse them enough not to cause me body harm. I lost all my money since my 3 ATMs were in my car when I was taken with the car but I didn't care my life was most important. I was dehydrated and starved even though they offered me food and water I refused for fear of passing out. I couldn't sleep because of the terrifying sounds I hear right inside the bush both at night and in the day time notwithstanding the constant threat of being killed if the ransom they asked for wasn't paid. I cried until my eyes dried out, why are some HUMANS wicked? Why? . I still freak out a little when it's dark but I am fighting it with the help of the people around me. I am a strong woman not because I am literally strong but because I am still here and pushing on. So many went through this process and never came out alive to tell the tale. . Thank you lord for everything indeed it ENDED IN PRAISE to your glory I will forever worship and be grateful to you. . . No wicked will go unpurnish….. . Join me praise the most high God for his faithfulness is forever.. #mummyGO #Adadiebube #itwillalwaysendinpraise

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After sharing her story, only few people reacted to it and Uche Nnanna is now calling out her colleagues for it. She stated that if Etuk had died, they would all put up her photo and mourn her yet they have refused to celebrate her life after surviving from the hands of kidnappers.

See her post below.

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