Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw, has called out Eti-Osa Local Government Chairman, Rasheedat Adu, for alleged threats during the ongoing governorship and House of Assembly elections.
Naija News reports that the actress made this known in a video shared on her Twitter page, after exercising her civic duty.
The thespian noted that despite the threat received, she would vote for whoever she deemed fit because nobody can threaten her.
Kate Henshaw also explained what transpired between her and the council chairman at the polling unit adding that a certain lady and a man also threatened to slap her.
She said: “This video is to call out the Eti-Osa local government chairman, Rasheedat Adu. I do not know what you have against me or what I did to you, maybe because I told you off the last time, you came here and was issuing instructions. Maybe you thought I do not understand Yoruba and one of them said he would slap me.
“A gentleman in an afro and glasses came later and started pointing at me. You should be ashamed of yourselves… This country, this Lagos belongs to everybody.
“No one, I repeat no one can threaten me!!! I have every right to vote for whomever I want. No amount of abuse & vitriol will stop me from carrying out my civic duty!!
“No one can intimidate me!! I have every right to carry out my duty No amount of abuse or vitriol will work.. You are a public servant!! I have taken note of all your thugs!!”
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