DON PEDOR AGANBI ELECTED CHAIRMAN AGN, LAGOS

Film actor cum producer, Mr. Don Pedro Aganbi, elected chairman AGN, Lagos State

Film actor cum producer, Mr. Don Pedro Aganbi, elected chairman AGN, Lagos State

Former Public Relations Officer of the Lagos State chapter of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) Mr. Don Pedro Aganbi has been elected Chairman of AGN Lagos State. He was elected on Saturday but the results were delayed for a while. Writing on his candidacy on Facebook, talented actor, Mr. Tony Akposeri described him as an intelligent man that should be given a chance to rebrand Lagos state chapter of the AGN.

Aganbi is selfless member of the association was with the former secretary, Mr. Lugard Onoyemu when he collapsed at the National Arts Theatre Lagos and laboured the whole day to ensure that he gets the best treatment though, Onoyemu later died due to negligence by management of Havana Hospital. Aganbi is a graduate of Theartre Arts from the University of Benin (UNIBEN). He holds a post graduate diploma in journalism from the Nigerian Union of Journalism.  He was also at the Pan African University and the Times Journalism Institute Lagos for journalism related courses. He is also a consummate manage and experts in Information Communication Technology.

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HOMOSEXUALS ARE AFTER ME, IBU CRIES OUT

Mr. John Okafor, better known as IBU

Mr. John Okafor, better known as IBU

Nollywood actor, Mr. John Okafor better known as Ibu says he has been targeted by homosexuals for sexual gratification  in recent times. He said his first contact was with a man he knows very well adding that he has to physically attack the fellow and put him out of sight.

“The first time I had the encounter was from someone I used to respect a lot.  He told me that they would pay me very well and that I  should become of one of them.  I asked him how he wanted to insert his thing. We know so well that the industry has been penetrated. It is not only the movie industry,  that dreaded disease called homosexual has escalated and penetrated all the corners of our society.  “Unfortunately, it is not in our culture. God is angry. God  showed us an example with the flood. Next time it might be fire.

“A lot of things are happening.  This is the end time. if God  does not treat this matter of homosexuality in our country and other places, then God has an apology for Sodom and Gomorrah , even though God cannot make mistakes. There is no different between what is happening now and what happened then”, he said in Lagos.

 

PDP MOURNS LATE JUSTUS ESIRI

Logo of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in Nigeria

Logo of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) in Nigeria

The Late Justus Esiri

The Late Justus Esiri

The leadership of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed shock over the death of veteran actor, Justus Esiri, describing it as a national loss.

National Publicity Secretary, Chief Olisa Metuh described the late Esiri as an epitome of virtue who used his talent to teach values and patriotism and urged the younger generation of Nigerians to emulate him, adding that he contributed immensely to the development of the nation’s movie industry adding that his memory in Village Headmaster series remain fresh in the hearts of Nigerians. “The leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) received the news of the death of veteran actor, Justus Esiri with deep sadness. Esiri was an epitome of virtue who used his talent to teach values, patriotism and hard work especially to the younger generation of Nigerians.

“He contributed immensely to the development of the nation’s movie industry and his memory will remain fresh in the hearts of Nigerians. The nation will indeed miss his wealth of experience and dedication to duty”, the statement said.

The Party commiserated with the Esiri family, the Government and people of Delta State as well as the Nollywood family and prayed God to give them the fortitude to bear the loss.

ENEBELI ELEBUWA FOR BURIAL TOMORROW

LATE NOLLYWOOD ACTOR, Enebeli Elebuwa will be buried tomorrow at Victoria Court Cemetery,    close to Awoyaya on the Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos. The burial will be preceded with requiem mass at St. Michaels Church, Lafiaji, Obalende, Lagos at 10 AM.

Late Enebeli Elebuwa

Late Enebeli Elebuwa

The burial arrangement released by Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) in conjunction with the family of Elebuwa showed there will be service of songs today between 5-7 PM in the premises of NTA, Tejuosho, Yaba, Lagos.  Nollywood Night entailing a procession of actors wearing white garments was held for him yesterday from Alhaji Masha to Ojez, at the National Stadium in Surulere, Lagos. The burial arrangement will be rounded up with thanks giving service at St. Michaels Church, Lafiaji, Lagos at 10Am on Sunday.

ENEH WAS THE NICEST MAN IN NOLLYWOOD SAYS AGN PRESIDENT

President Actors Guild of Nigeria, Ms. Ibinabo Fiberesima

President Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) Ms. Ibinabo Fiberesima has described late Peter Eneh, two times chairman of the Enugu State chapter of AGN who passed on last week as the nicest man she has meant in Nollywood.

She said she was finding it difficult to come to terms with his death. Eneh died Thursday, November 15, few weeks after his leg was amputated in the quest to save his life. Fiberesima described him as a humble and kind man said he fulfilled his mission right here on earth.

‘It was with disbelief I received the sad news of the death of Uncle Pete Eneh. Honestly, I am still finding it extremely difficult to come to terms with his death. Well, we are mere mortals. When fate summons, we mere mortals must obey. I believe Uncle Pete Eneh has achieved his aspiration on earth. Also, I believe he is happy where he is now. A good man he was; amiable, loving, kind, humble, and caring. God bless his soul. I shall continue to champion the cause of actors. We are in bondage here; no good welfare package for the actor, no quality insurance/pension scheme, no health plan, nothing!

“We must save ourselves. We must have our life. We must have our future protected. Health is wealth…we shall work assiduously towards a wealthy motion picture industry. On behalf of Nollywood and the entire motion picture industry, I say farewell to one of the nicest men I have ever known; Uncle Pete Eneh”, Fiberesima said in the statement.