Rahama Sadau’s Kannywood Ban May Soon Be Lifted
Rahama Sadau has finally apologized.
The actress apologized in a Hausa radio program, “Ku Karkade Kunnuwan Ku” on a popular FM station in Kano; she vowed that “such will never happen again.”
Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN) took the decision to expel the actress following her indecent appearance in a musical video along side Jos based musician, ClassiQ.
"I wish to explain myself over what happened in the past which angered many people and caused such a storm. So, I wish to apologise over what happened. My silence at that time was only due to the fact that I did not want to talk because everybody was so incensed, especially the leaders.
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"As such, I am now apologising to all and sundry, including my colleagues; His Royal Highness the Emir of Kano, His Excellency the Governor of Kano state, and anyone affected; I am so sorry. God’s willing, such will never happen again. Similarly, I wish to appreciate the support of my fans and everyone else.” She said.
According to another Nollywood actor, Ali Nuhu, she had officially written an apology letter to MOPPAN.
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