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AGN applauds President Tinubu’s intervention in Zack Orji’s health

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Dr. Emeka Rollas, national president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), has thanked President Bola Tinubu for intervening in the health of Nollywood actor Zack Orji, who recently traveled to the United Kingdom for a post-surgery checkup.

In a statement issued on Saturday, Rollas hailed President Tinubu for his fatherly concern for the creative industry, as well as the First Lady, Sen. Oluremi Tinubu, for her motherly care for the legendary actor.

The Minister for Women Affairs, Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, was also praised for her efforts to ensure Orji’s rapid recovery.

According to the AGN president, Zack Orji was grateful to his old buddy Ahmed Bala for his support throughout the period.

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“We have witnessed the unprecedented support that President Tinubu is giving to the creative industry,” he told reporters.

“This has demonstrated his strong intention to make the industry more relevant and valuable to both practitioners and the national economy, and we believe it is appropriate to recognize him.

“We also thank the Minister for Women Affairs, Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, for her tireless efforts to ensure that Zack Orji is back on his feet healthy and strong.

“Zack Orji equally extends his profound gratitude to his longtime friend, Ahmed Bala, for standing by him all through the period.”

Techrectory with Agency Report.

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