- Veteran movie star Chiwetalu Agu is more than thankful to God for sparing his life and keeping him out of prison
- The much-loved thespian stormed a church in Delta state for a thanksgiving service just a few weeks after regaining his freedom
- A thankful Agu was spotted in pictures alongside the pastor and other members of the house of worship
Veteran Nollywood actor Chiwetalu Agu was all smiles as he returned to the presence of the Lord for a thanksgiving service just a few weeks after regaining his freedom.
A Legit.ng reader identified as Cyril Ogwu disclosed that the thespian was present at the Liberation Christan Gathering in Umunede, Delta state on Sunday, November 7, where he gave thanks to God for his successful release from the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS).
Agu was said to have thrown caution to the air as he danced happily in a show of appreciation to his creator.
The actor also commended the general overseer of the ministry, Apostle Cyril Ogwu, for his numerous prayers while vowing to employ youths of the church when he launches his movie production company.
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Agu was accused of showing support for the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). After his arrest, the Nollywood veteran was handed over to the DSS for investigation and prosecution.
AGN president Emeka Rollas reacts to actor's arrest
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas, had assured concerned parties that the release of actor Chiwetalu Agu would soon be secured.
Emeka revealed that Chiwetalu had been taken to one of the military bases in Nigeria for questioning.
Nigerians, however, faulted the veteran movie star for exposing himself to the brutality of the Nigerian Army.
One social media user who spoke against the actor's actions wrote:
"Chiwetalu Agu made the mistake by wearing the Biafra attire. You can support Biafra with wisdom."