Just In: Kidnapped actors regain freedom – AGN

Chairman Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN Enugu state chapter, Brown Ene has announced the release of the two kidnapped actors Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel Agbogidi.

The guild chairman confirmed this in a telephone interview with TVC News,  denied to make public whether ransom was paid for their release but blamed the unfortunate incident to the rising spate of insecurity in the country.

The elated AGN Chairman affirmed that the actors were released by 8pm on Wednesday night, said they are currently undergoing clinical and  psychological checkup to ensure they are Stable.

Ene said he could not confirm if money exchange hands to facilitate the Kidnaped actors' release.

The Nollywood practitioners attributed the insecurity situation in the country to failure of government to protect it's citizens, 

He urged that Government should improve on it's mandate in ensuring lives and property of the citizens are protected.

The AGN Chairman appealed to his colleagues also to plan their production in rhe day time, considering the state of insecurity in the country, to ensure all productions end  before night falls .

Cynthia Okereke and Clemson Cornel Agbogidi were reportedly missing on 28th of July, after a production at Ozalla Town in Nkanu West Local Government area of  Enugu state, 

Police and the Actors Guild of Nigeria have been on their search to ensure the movie actors  are  released.



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