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'Nollywood has lost its salt'

30 October 2014, 20:30

Lagos - Nollywood actor, Emeka Ike  has said that Nollywood has lost its salt, he also accused five people  in the industry  of having taken over the Actors Guild of Nigeria(AGN), reports Pulse.ng

 In a recent interview Emeka Ike  claims that his colleagues are forming fake accents, so he  got himself busy with other better things.

He accused Emma Ogugua, Murphy Stephen, Sunny McDon, Okey Bakassi and Ifeanyi Dikeh. of allegedly  registering  the AGN  as their personal business.

He said that it has been long since the guild had an actors' congress to address important issues in the industry because these people, so he quit acting.

Emeka Ike broke into Nollywood in 1987 in the film Deadly Affair, and has been married since the year 2000, and  has two boys and one daugher.

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