- The Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) has launched an HMO plan for its members
- President of the guild, Emeka Rollas, took to Instagram to announce the historic milestone
- Rollas added that the historical feat will keep members from resorting to public assistance to sort medical bills
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The Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) has launched an HMO plan for its members. According to a post shared to their official Instagram page, it is a collaborative effort with Medicard Health Management, the approved official HMO and Health Management Services Provider of the AGN.
Emeka Rollas, president of the Guild, who announced the notable feat, stated that with this new development, ailing actors will no longer have to resort to public begging to raise funds whenever they fall ill.
The initiative which also includes a Group Life Insurance Cover will take off on August 17. This will benefit actors and their family members.
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Part of the post reads: "Gentlemen and Ladies of the AGN, I am most delighted to inform you that our members will no longer resort to public begging for their health or medical needs. Each and every actor or actress in Nigeria henceforth will enjoy comprehensive HMO cover.
With the Partnership we have created with Medicard Health Management, all members of the AGN and independent actors and actresses in Nigeria will have access to over 600 Hospitals Nationwide for all their Health and Medical needs."
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One of the most beautiful things about the film industry is that it can accommodate people from other professions. The different roles and professions that are portrayed in movies allow people from other career fields to be able to join the movie industry without any hitch.
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In other news, some executives of the Actors Guild of Nigeria recently paid a courtesy visit to the Abuja residence of Nollywood actress Regina Daniels and her billionaire husband, Prince Ned Nwoko.
The executives paid the visit in a bid to felicitate with the couple who welcomed their first child together a while ago.
The team led by the association’s president, Rollas, presented gifts to the new mum during Nwoko’s family reunion which takes place on a weekly basis.
Meanwhile, former Nigerian lawmaker Dino Melaye has joined the Nollywood industry officially. The politician took to his social media page to share the news with his fans and followers.
Melaye also shared a photo on his Instagram page. In the photo, the politician was seen with a number of people including the president of the AGN.
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