Alexx Ekubo warns Nigerians against ‘No gree for anybody’ slang 

Nollywood actor, Alexx Ekubo has warned Nigerians against the trending slang “no gree for anybody” saying it could breed violence in the country.

The actor in a post via his Instagram page on Monday described the slogan as “the same negativity that has stunted our progress”.
He also warned that the slang could “breed violence and foster revenge culture” among Nigerians.

The film star advised people to be kind and considerate because “everyone is fighting a battle”.

“I took time out to introspect. As I crawl out of my solemn place, I can see the same negativity and “gbas gbos” that has stunted our progress,” he wrote.
“Please what is “no gree for anybody” that I am seeing everywhere? It is breeding violence and fostering revenge culture.
Instead, can we be more tolerable and considerate towards each other. Be kind, everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.

“We are different people, raised under different circumstances, with different degrees of luck.

“Life will show us different variations of “shege”. Everyone has their unique experience with how the world works, do not expect everyone to think and act like you.”
Ekubo has established himself as a popular name in the Nigerian movie landscape since his film debut in ‘Sinners in the House’ in 2005.

He has featured in hundreds of Nollywood movies including ‘The Blood Covenant, ‘Bling Lagosians’, and ‘Omo Ghetto: The Saga’.


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