Charles Inojie, Ali Nuhu Express Gratitude for Success of Viral Video, Encourage #MakeWeHalla Challenge

Posted on March 31, 2024

Renowned Nigerian actors Charles Inojie and Ali Nuhu have expressed heartfelt appreciation for the overwhelming success of the viral anti-domestic violence video ‘Make We Halla’.

The video, which has garnered widespread attention and praise since its release, tackles the pressing issue of domestic violence in Nigeria.

Inojie and Nuhu have utilized their platforms to tackle this menace head-on. The success of “Make We Halla” testifies to the impact of collaborative efforts in addressing social issues.

Inojie expressed his gratitude for the overwhelming support received from Nigerians nationwide, emphasizing the importance of not remaining a silent bystander when we know domestic violence is taking place.

He commented, “we are truly grateful for the tremendous response to ‘Make We Halla’. The outpouring of support and engagement from the public has been inspiring. Now we want to take the momentum to the next level. We are asking bystanders to take action – Make We Halla – to show they don’t agree with violence and take a stand.”

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Inojie, in a new video, has asked his audience to get involved too; the #MakeWeHalla Challenge invites individuals to show that they will make Halla in the face of domestic violence, by posting a video or photo of them making noise with the hashtag #MakeWeHalla. Nuhu has since encouraged his fans to join in the challenge,.

He said, “It is time to turn those words into action.Let’s show the world that you will halla anywhere you see Domestic Violence.”

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Inojie and Nuhu will be looking for the most creative ideas to share on their platforms. Plus, Inojie has announced that there will be a prize for the best.

This great initiative will further mobilize the public to have some fun, whilst coming together and take a stand against domestic violence in their own communities.

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It’s indeed time to come together to make a difference and raise our voices in the face of domestic violence. Our voices have the power to show abusers we do not agree with violence, and help break the culture of silence around this issue. Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of a worthy cause as you join #MakeWeHalla challenge.

 

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