Actors, Actresses to be Appointed Ministers, DG – Ajadi, Presidential aspirant

Kehinde Emmanuel, ilorin

A presidential aspirant of the New Nigeria People’s Party, in the 2023 general elections, Comrade Olufemi Ajadi, has promised to appoint Nigerian actors and actresses as ministers and directors-general of ministries and strategic parastatals respectively, if he is elected as Nigeria’s President.
He stated that they would play key roles, adding that they have made significant contributions to Nigeria’s economic development and job creation.

Speaking in Lagos, he also promised to fully integrate members of the Nigerian entertainment industry, popularly known as Nollywood into his government once elected president.

According to the presidential aspirant, his team has worked out a comprehensive programme for the Nigerian entertainment industry which would make it a real pride of the nation, adding that he would not disclose details of the agenda for now.

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He said, “We are all aware of the contributions that the sector has been making to the economic and social development of the country, with the result that is competing favourably with Hollywood and Bollywood.

“That is commendable and our plan is to further lift Nollywood.

“I personally believe that more film villages for the sector would not be a bad idea

“This will complement what the practitioners already have in Asaba, the Delta State capital”.

“As for other incentives likely to impact on the personal lives of the practitioners, we will keep it in wraps for now.”

The presidential aspirant commended members of Nollywood for keeping Nigerians entertained and educated through movies.

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He said the practitioners deserve commendation for helping in laundering the image of the country, in creating wealth, and also providing recreation for millions of viewers across the divide.

He said not many groups of professionals have been able to tell the Nigerian story as credibly as actors and actresses, adding that alone qualified them for critical positions in any focused government.

He added that the thespians have also helped to draw global attention to some fundamental practices that have been of concern to the authorities and that such contributions could not be quantified.

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