Lives of Mr Ibu, Amaechi Monaugor, Zulu Adigwe inspired emulation – Emeka Rollas

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President of Actors’ Guild of  Nigeria, Emeka Rollas, has said that the lives of  deceased filmmakers Mr Ibu (John Okafor), Amaechi Monaugor and Zulu Adigwe, inspired emulation.

He hailed them during a special passage rite organised for them by the AGN in Abuja.

At the candlelight procession held in Abuja, attended by industry leaders that included  Rollas, veteran actors Kenneth Okonkwo, Zack Orji and Sidney Idiala,  he said: “This is a season of sorrow for us at the AGN, our hearts are filled with grief over the loss of our three veteran members.

“But as the saying goes, when someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure.

“The late John Okafor, Amaechi Monaugor and Zulu Adigwe lived life that exemplified brilliance and  inspired emulation.

“They also lived a life that burned so that others’ paths were lit, and they made impact on the society through their profession.

“Today we are here to honour them, not only by profoundly feeling and expressing our loss, but also to remember their amazing personalities.

“They all played  unique and special roles in all of our lives and the acting profession and they  were loyal colleagues and special friends to many of us.

“Today,  we honour these men as we recall special moments ,they were living proof of how fine a person can be, caring hearts to their friends and colleagues, loving and devoted father to their children.

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