Posted by News Express | 4 August 2020 | 849 times
A-list Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw-Nutall, is waging a serious war against child sexual abuse. And the 49-year-old mother of one is not joking about it.
The Cross River State-born actress who majored in Medical Microbiology at the School of Medical Lab Science afterwards, Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) in Lagos has come up with a special animated series to pursue this cause.
The series titled “Naomi’s Diary” is centered around a child named Naomi who narrates her various encounters with sexual abusers.
The Africa Movie Academy Award Best Actress (AMAA 2008) made this known on her social media platforms when she said: “I am taking my stand against child sexual abuse by speaking out and you can join me too. We have to step forward and talk to make sure #ItEndsNow
“When we speak out, we protect children from predators like Naomi’s uncle.
“Over the next 6 weeks, you can vote for what happens in the next episode on @cece_yara 's page.
“We can make this story end well for Naomi just as we can for children all over the country when we constantly speak out against all the faces of child sexual abuse.”
The former model who made her debut in the movie industry through “When The Sun Sets”, a flick produced 1995 in the stable of HINTS magazine, requests her fans to follow Naomi's story about overcoming sexual abuse starting with the first episode of Naomi's Diary from Cece Yara Foundation and Edu360 posted last weekend.
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