Coronavirus: TAMPAN president Mr Latin says there should be no filming from March 27 to April 17

Coronavirus: TAMPAN president Mr Latin says there should be no filming from March 27 to April 17

- The Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), has taken steps on their end to curb the spread of coronavirus and to practice social distancing

- The TAMPAN president, Bolaji Amusan, also known as Mr Latin, made an announcement to stop the shooting of movies for now

- Mr Latin said that as from March 27 to April 17, no camera must roll

The coronavirus pandemic has no doubt kept the whole world on its feet as it is easily spread and there is no known cure for it yet.

The World Health Organisation and other health organisations has tried to sensitize the public on how to help curb the spread of the virus and their advice included good personal hygiene as well as the practice of social distancing.

Despite that, quite a number of Nigerians still appear to be going about their daily business like there is no crisis on our hands. However, some organisations have taken steps on their own hands to curb the spread of coronavirus and to also enforce social distancing.

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The president of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), Bolaji Amusan, popularly known as Mr Latin, has addressed the general public as well as Nollywood actors on the coronavirus pandemic.

In a video shared on social media via his Instagram page, Mr Latin said that their job as movie makers makes it near impossible for them to practice social distancing because there is a lot of contact on set.

Amusan then said that as from March 27 to April 17, there would be no more filming of movies. He also said that anyone who disobeys the directive would be kicked out of TAMPAN.

See his video below:

In other news, Legit.ng reported that some Yoruba Nollywood actors who are based abroad have dropped a video to create awareness on the danger of coronavirus.

The Yourba-speaking actors who do not reside in the country told fans to listen to government officials and stay at home. They also advised on the importance of washing their hands as well as using alcohol-based sanitizers.

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