Veteran actress, Georgina Onuoha is the latest celebrity to publicly show support for her colleague, Genevieve Nnaji.
The actress via a lengthy post on her Instagram page recounted the sweet moments she had with the actress in the early 2000s.
Despite last seeing her in 2015, her memories with the actress still remains evergreen.
Georgina faulted the health practitioner who spilled details of her mental issues to the public.
The veteran called for Genevieve Nnaji’s family to take legal actions on the nurse and all who have been disbursing false information about her.
She wrote, “We need to be wary of the kind of information we consume on social media. Most often they are lies from the pit of hell. I have known and worked with Genny for over twenty-something years even before the industry was called “Nollywood”. We enjoyed our 90s working so hard entertaining Africa. The last time I saw her, and we chatted was in 2015. A sweet and kind soul. I do not know anything regarding her private and personal life and don’t have anything to say to that effect and I don’t believe the bs been posted online. So don’t expect anything from this post other than me saying that what is being done to her online is criminal. It’s the worst kind of defamation.
If you are a healthcare practitioner working in any hospital in America and you are leaking any patient’s health information to the public, you are consuming a crime. Any healthcare worker spreading such lies has broken state and federal laws in America. It is a HIPAA violation of patient’s privacy Art. It is punishable by fines, license revocation and time in prison. To dear Genny’s family, your child and sister have been violated with all the shenanigans making rounds on social media. Get you a lawyer to hold all accountable for this smear. It is morally reprehensible to subject anyone to such cruelty. Health information is confidential and protected by law.
If you are a blog that has posted these fallacies about this young woman, I hope you know you are on notice. It is sickening that our people are cold and cruel. As a health worker, you took an oath “to do no harm”. Whether this is true or not, I don’t know and I am not interested. I know that whosoever did this has committed a federal and state crime.PS : Dear public figures in Nigeria this should serve as a wake-up call for you all. Before you enter any hospital or do anything with anyone nowadays, please sign a non-disclosure agreement. Our society has become so vile and cynical. People now enjoy the pain they put people through. But the need to see others hurt fuels some segments of the Nigerian society. It is unfortunate. Protect yourself and your family. You deserve a right to privacy”.