AGN President calls for autopsy on Chinedu Bernard’s death
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EKO HOT BLOG reports that Veteran actor and the president of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Emeka Rollas, has reacted to the death of actress Chinedu Bernard who died at a church in Enugu State.
Emeka, in a statement, said there were many questions yet to be answered concerning the death of Chinedu as he called for an autopsy to be carried out to ascertain her death.
Sharing a photo of the actress, the veteran actor wrote:
“1. How can someone who slumped inside a church sustain bruises on the face? 2. Who are Chinedu’s parishioner’s friends? 3. Who are Chinedu’s friends in Enugu where she is practising her craft? So it’s either someone killed her or she took a suicidal substance and decided to die in the church. Autopsy must be conducted to ascertain the main cause of her death.”
The actor also used the moment to call on actors who are yet to join to do so, as he described it as gross irresponsibility for any actor to be in the movie industry without being up to date with the Actors Guild of Nigeria.
“Stop hiding under all those ridiculous WOODS as an Actor to claim you are a certified actor. Because once there is an issue whether, its good or bad, the pressure comes on AGN as if AGN is anybody’s next of kin. Please social media hailing, accolades is not love. Even Animals move in clusters.
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