Comedian Woli Arole dressed like a mad man to celebrate WorldMentalHealth

Comedian Woli Arole dressed like a mad man to celebrate WorldMentalHealth

Popular Comedian, Woli Arole stormed the street of Lagos dressed like a mental disorder man in celebration of #WorldMentalHealth Day.

According to the comedian who revealed some Nigerians gave him money, while some others chased him away, some nearly slapped him.

Taking to his Instagram, he wrote;

” A lot of people are going through “Mental stress”, some people look like it, some don’t look like it.

Some are mentally challenged, some are mentally ill. “Mental Health” is a state of emotional,

psychological, and social wellbeing and we should take seriously it.

Celebrating the #worldmentalhealth2020 today!!!!!

I went on the street of Lagos dressed like a “Mentally ill” person, I saw the reaction of a lot of people, some people gave me money,
some ran away from me, a guy nearly slapped me, then I realized that many people look down
on the “Mentally challenged” in the society, which is not too good there’s more we can collectively do in love.

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they should look Our psychiatrist hospitals more

Some people are not even dressed like this physically, they look good and okay but they are going through “Mental illness”

which includes Clinical depression, Anxiety disorder, and Bipolar disorder and a whole lot.

Please let’s take our “Mental State” seriously. Celebrating #worldmentalhealth2020

If you saw a “MENTALLY iLL” person around Shoprite yesterday, stopping cars, begging for alms, begging for food.

That was “WOLI AROLE”.

I am the image of many people “Mental State”.

Some people get dressed, looking nice, and go to work, some people look so beautiful but are “Mentally Unstable”

This was just my own way of advocating, sensitizing, and creating awareness for “Mental Health”.

Celebrating #worldmentalhealth2020. A man nearly hit with his car, I ran �.”

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