Nigerian actress Nkechi Blessing Sunday and colleague, Adams Kehunde also known as Lege have been kicked out of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners of Nigeria (TAMPAN) association until further notice over their disagreement regarding Baba Ijesha’s case.
This was made known in a statement signed by an executive of the association nd film star Damola Olatunji.
Fellow film practitioners have been warned from carrying out any transaction with the two until a new decision is made.
The statement reads in part:
“All guilds under TAMPAN has been directed to henceforth desist from having professional dealings with Sunday Nkechi Blessing and Mr Adams Kehinder (lege) until further notice.”
“In accordance with the directive from our parent body Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners of Nigeria (TAMPAN), concerning the show of shame currently going between two practitioners Sunday Nkechi Blessing and Mr Adams Kehinde on social media, creating a bad image for our noble profession, punitive order becomes imperative to redeem our battered image.”
See a copy of the statement below:
As expected,social media users have trooped the comment section of the post accusing the association of being bias in their judgement while making reference to Iyabo Ojo and Yomi Fabiyi.
Read reactions below:
ola.emma.330: “What about other members that have been doing rada rada since few weeks koooor! Why the recent ones! Abosi po laye yi oooooo!”
osibajofadeke: “What of yomi and iyabo ojo.”
librayemmy: “So na them alone una see…nonsense.”
akindutibusayocomfort: “You’re being biased with this sir. The case of iyabo and yomi is worst than this nothing was issue upon both of them till now. A warning would have being better.”