Award-winning veteran Nollywood actress, Hilda Dokubo, has condemned her colleagues following the recent leak of controversial videos across various social media platforms.

Award-winning veteran Nollywood actress, Hilda Dokubo, has condemned her colleagues following the recent leak of controversial videos across various social media platforms.

Award-winning veteran Nollywood actress, Hilda Dokubo, has condemned her colleagues following the recent leak of controversial videos across various social media platforms.

The veteran actress accused celebrities of indiscipline and inability to act as professionals despite being in the entertainment industry.

Dokubo in a live session on her Instagram account charged her colleagues; to keep their private life completely away from social media.

She questioned why someone would be in a relationship; and you would be having inter------ with your partner; and he would be busy recording while making l---.

It would be recalled that the video tapes of Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage surfaced on social media in the latter part of October, much to the dismay of Nigerians.

Hilda Dokubo is a Nigerian award-winning film actress, activist and youth advocate who once served as special adviser on youth affairs to Peter Odili, a former governor of Rivers State.

Hilda Dokubo was born as the first of six children in Buguma, a town in Asari-Toru, Rivers State where she went on to complete her primary and secondary school education at St Mary State School Aggrey Road and Government Girls Secondary School respectively. Her father was an engineer, while her mother was a school teacher . She is an alumna of the University of Port Harcourt where she earned her bachelor's degree and master's degrees in Theatre Arts.

Dokubo made her screen debut during her youth service in a 1992 film titled Evil Passion. She has since been featured in, and has produced several Nigerian films. including Gone Forever, End of the Wicked, My Goodwill, and The CEO Upon starring in a supporting role in a 2015 film titled Stigma, Dokubo won Best Actress in a Supporting Role and best actress in the comedy category 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards. In 2019, she featured in the movie Locked, a story about mental health awareness She founded and runs a non-governmental organisation, the Centre for Creative Arts Education (CREATE), which deploys the creative arts to empower women and the youth

In June 2020, Dokubo joined other protesters in a street march in Lagos against rape and other violent crimes against women In October 2020, she was part of the End SARS protests in Port-Harcourt against police brutality Alongside Kate Henshaw in March 2020, Dokubo launched an online protest against the appointment of Senator Ishaku Elisha Dabo of Adamawa North Senatorial District as a patron of the Actors Guild of Nigeria

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