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Politics will kill my creativity - Ramsey Nouah

07 August 2014, 13:16

Lagos - Nollywood actor Ramsey Nouah will not be going into politics anytime soon, reports Nigeria Films

The movie star says that he will not tempted because serious minded people do not have time for politics

Ramsey Nouah also said that his creative mind will be laid to waste if he got involved in politics.

Also read: Kate Henshaw turns politician

He confessed that he wasn’t good at dealing with politics, but said that he was not against actors who campaign for politicians or venture into government, like fellow movie stars, Kate Henshaw or Desmond Elliot.

Also read: Desmond Elliot eyes politics

In 2010 Nouah won the Best Actor in a Leading Role at the 2010 African Movie Academy Award(AMAA) for  his role in the award winning film The Figurine

 Nouah was born in Edo, Nigeria to an Israeli father and a Yoruba mother, and his most recent  movie offering is a comedy flick shot in America titled 30 Days in Atlanta

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