John Okafor Lashes Ibinabo Fiberisima

John Okafor Lashes Ibinabo Fiberisima

Comic actor John Okafor has joined the list of actors who have voiced out their reservations on the 'perceived' conducts of their AGN president, Ibinabo Fiberisima.

John okafor and Ibinabo Fiberesima

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Also known as Mr Ibu, Okafor advised Ibinabo to forget her second term ambition as Okafor thinks she has embarrassed the association enough with all her legal appearances in court on issues that do not portray the AGN in a good light. Revealing how about 90% of the association members do not want her as their leader again, due to the many court cases being instituted against her, Okafor implored Fiberisima not to try again at all as she is sure to meet a dead end.

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Talking to newsmen, Okafor also made it known that the gains and rewards that come with being the president of the association is what is instigating Ibinabo's decision of a second term. When his opinion was asked about Nigeria's movie industry, this was what he said: "If I should talk about the movie industry you would make me shout because the industry is giving me headache. I am not happy at all. I believe we are matured enough to be independent. As big as AGN is we don't have a national headquarters, I mean a film village. Go to other countries in Africa, they have most of these facilities but we have not been able to achieve these because of greed. All the money promised by President Jonathan and other state Government, what have they done with it? Whether it has been collected or not we don't know. It is very painful considering the number of years we have been in existence".

With this response from the comic actor, you would recall that not long ago, AMAA winner Clarion Chukwura blasted Ibinabo over a seemingly small issue which shows that all the happenings in the association are politically inclined.

Source: Legit Nigeria

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