Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH

Actors Guild gets new leadership in Abuja

The Abuja chapter of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN, has inaugurated new executive members to steer the affairs of the guild for the next two years.

Nine-member executive took their oath office at the ‘Inauguration and Fund Raising Night” of the Guild held in Abuja.

The new executives led by Prince Alvin Ahmed as chairman, was elected on Dec.2, 2017.

Other members of the leadership team include Anithan Audu-Vice Chairman, Josep Nwanze-Secretary General and Patience Eze as the new Public Relation Officer for the Guild.

Also, Etukudoh Godwin, Treasurer; Ifeoama Nwakozo, Financial Secretary and Jackson Oluwafemi, Chief Whip.

In his inaugural speech the new chairman, Ahmed, on behalf of the executive pledged their commitment to the guild adding that they would consolidate on the successes recorded by their predecessors.

He noted that member’s welfare was to be given uttermost priority to ensure that actors in the Federal Capital Territory strive and remain outstanding. “We are set to hit the ground running as we reposition our noble guild towards ensuring that actors in Abuja take their pride of place.

In his remark, the National President of the AGN, Emeka Rollas, who handed certificate of office to the new executives, urged them to maintain the good legacies of the immediate past leaders of the guild.

He noted that while many other state chapters of the AGN were being factionalized, the FCT chapter remains united and strong, and thus was a reference point.

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