Sunday, 30 August 2015

WARNING! YOUR FAVORITE NIGERIAN CELEB MIGHT SERVE A JAIL TERM...

It is no longer news that the presidency has commenced a full investigation into the last administration with the misappropriation of funds being a top priority...a situation that is currently affecting a lot of people in the country but can all these money be recovered? Anyway, a sector that might also face the music of alleged corruption is Nollywood or should I say the entertainment industry.

Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, had an extreme romance with the industry as various factions visited the presidential villa on several occasions all in a bid to support the re-election. The former president also held various dinner balls where financial commitments were proposed towards the development of the industry and I ask, what is the level of impact upon the industry so far...?

I love the industry because it is a form of job creation but it is a shame when a few power weight use their status to eat up the country where poverty strives like the love for football...perhaps they should start confessing before the law catches up with them. Some of us have an idea of the various celebs who visited Abuja like it's a gents or ladies and might be people you look up to in society...so if you know anyone or perhaps you are closer to any and you also spent out of our money, be prepared to share some terms together...

Some people are advocating that President Buhari should just move on with his governance but how about proper accountability from the previous administration;we need to track back and check our errors before moving on and that includes the entertainment industry...

For those producers who have lost it when it comes to film, please stand by because you might just make a great thriller out of the lives of your colleagues when they get to face the dance of justice...I am hoping that all these money will be recovered but am sure quite a number have squandered it on posh trips, clothing, birthdays and more...we are watching and waiting.