Veteran Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has taken to social media to question Dr Osagie Ehanire, the minister of health over the authenticity of COVID-19 vaccines been administered in Nigeria.

Veteran Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has taken to social media to question Dr Osagie Ehanire, the minister of health over the authenticity of COVID-19 vaccines been administered in Nigeria.

Veteran Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has taken to social media to question Dr Osagie Ehanire, the minister of health over the authenticity of COVID-19 vaccines been administered in Nigeria.

According to the 50-year-old actress via her Instagram, she was made to quarantine for more than 5 days in the UK despite been vaccinated in Nigeria, noting that our vaccines were not recognized.

She further lamented bitterly about the deplorable state of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, revealing board passes were manually written, with the airport ceiling also leaking.

She further asked that the minister of health to gives reasons, why people vaccinated in Nigeria, had to be administered new vaccination when they travel abroad, stating that it is shameful that the Nigerian leaders care so little for the people and infrastructure.

Sharing the video, she wrote; ‘‘I NEED ANSWERS!!! We keep coasting through this country like everything is “ok” when it’s definitely not!! Things are so deplorable The systems check in at the International Airport has been down for 3 months now! Yet there are people receiving salary for doing NOTHING while doctors who work and save lives are being owed!! What about the unrecognized vaccine status???? WE SIMPLY CANNOT CONTINUE LIKE THIS!”

Kate Henshaw, also known as Kate Henshaw-Nuttall (born 19 July 1971), is a professional Nigerian actress. In 2008 she won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in the movie "Stronger than Pain".

Kate Henshaw was born in Cross River State, the oldest of four children. She attended St. Mary private school in Ajele, Lagos for her primary education. Later, she was admitted to the Federal Government Girl College, Calabar for her secondary school education.[6] She spent one year at the University of Calabar reading remedial studies, and then majored in Medical Microbiology at the School of Medical Lab Science afterwards, LUTH (Lagos University Teaching Hospital) in Lagos.

Henshaw worked at the Bauchi State General hospital. Prior to becoming an actress, Kate Henshaw worked as a model, featuring in various commercials including a print and television advert for Shield deodorant.

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