Famous Nigerian actress and movie producer, Funke Akindele-Bello has finally opened up on her experience, after she was prosecuted by Lagos state government for flouting social distance rule.
National Sportslink had earlier reported that Funke Akindele on Saturday, April 4, 2020, flouted the state’s directive on social gathering to curtail the spread of coronavirus, by throwing a birthday party for her husband, JJC Skillz.
According to the report, the birthday party had more than 20 people in attendance including her colleague, Eniola Badmus, singer Naira Marley and a former governorship candidate in Lagos.
The actress and her husband JJC were arraigned before a magistrate court in Ogba Lagos and were sentenced to 14-day community service, an N100, 000 fine each and were to sensitize people on coronavirus.
Since the court’s ruling, the actress was absent in the social media community but returned days ago.
On Sunday, she shared a video on her Instagram handle, which was also too sensitive people as she said admitted to having learned her lessons in the past few weeks.
The 42-year-old mother of two wrote on her Instagram page: “These past few weeks have been a learning curve but we must keep moving forward.
“My dear friends, coronavirus is real. We must collaborate with the Lagos State Government and Federal Government by staying at home, staying safe.”