The 33-years-old mother of 3 took to her Instagram page to lament on the situation at which she met the toilet stating that it there was infact no water to use and the place was in total mess.
Sharing a picture of the airport, she called on the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria to look into the matter urgently.
She wrote; “Whenever I hear people talking crazy about Nigeria i dive in and defend my Fatherland. But these days, Naija Dey fall my hand! How can there be no water to flush the toilets in an International Airport? Haba! The toilets are full. Different layers of waste/tissue. No water! Abeg I Dey travel abroad go pis. #faan #Nigeria #buhari”
Recall that recently, Remmy Njoku called out her colleagues in the entertainment industry for the contribution to the level of sexual harassment in the society.
She noted that she doesn’t understand why Nigerians have chosen to accept this as a norm while some are even unaware of such iniquitous act pervading the society.
The actress/producer witnessed a toe-curling confrontation between a prominent male producer and his female colleague about her cameltoe and she took to her Instagram page to share and ask what the Nigerian definition of sexual harassment is.
Njoku made her acting debut in the 2004 Nollywood movie ‘Home Sickness’, which she featured alongside with Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha. She came to limelight after featuring in popular Nollywood blockbuster ‘Blackberry Babes’ in 2011.
Mary Njoku is married to British-born Nigerian entrepreneur, and African start-up investor, Jason Njoku They are blessed with 3 kids, Jason Obinna Njoku, Nwakaego Annabelle Njoku and Amber Nnenna Njoku.