Following a couple of long stretches of starting substantial debates in the midst of reactions from internet based life clients and a few partners of the Nollywood business over the report about the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN’s) visit to Regina Daniels after she invited a child, some stressed Nigerians have raised the caution about somewhere in the range of hardly any issues, communicating disillusionment at the AGN.
You would review that the AGN visited Regina Daniels and her significant other, Ned Nwoko at her living arrangement where they delegated her child, as the ‘Nollywood infant of the Year’.
Some netizens have blasted AGN for ignoring some wiped out Nollywood on-screen character Ify Onwuemene, and furthermore not doing likewise motion they accomplished for Regina Daniels for Halima Abubakar, an individual from the society who additionally invited a child a couple of months back.
An individual Nollywood on-screen character, Gloria Young reported on Instagram that Ify needs critical assistance to conquer the Cancer malady.
“Folks please we need help for our sister @ifyonwuemene an actress from the days of Sam loco and Enebeli Elebuwa. I worked with her last on the set of Tajudeen Adepetu’s “Everyday People” in the late 90’s. She is down with endometrial cancer. She has tried sourcing for funds on her own, but nothing is too small. Please send whatever you can to Ifey Onwuemene, Fidelity Bank 6010999993.
You would also recall that a few days ago, Lala Akindoju fumed at AGN for misplacing their priorities after photos of their visit to Regina Daniels went viral on social media.
“This is actually shameful. In these times where the actor’s guild should show leadership on pressing issues like navigating the industry with COVID-19, like creating structures to stop sexual harassment in the industry. This is their priority. Even if you visit your member, must you film and post? The videos we need to see about future and safety of practitioners. Yet, they abuse us and insist that we join. Sigh! It is shameful because they should use the same energy to do the things that actually move the industry forward”.