Renowned Nollywood Actor and Producer, Kunle Afolayan, Applauds President Tinubu for Strategic Appointments in Art, Culture, and Creative Economy Ministries

Renowned Nollywood Actor and Producer, Kunle Afolayan, Applauds President Tinubu for Strategic Appointments in Art, Culture, and Creative Economy Ministries

Nollywood Star Kunle Afolayan Commends President Tinubu’s Strategic Appointments in Creative Economy Ministries

In a notable development, Nollywood actor and producer, Kunle Afolayan, has expressed his commendation for President Bola Tinubu’s recent appointment of eleven Chief Executive Officers for agencies falling under the Ministry of Art, Culture, and Creative Economy.

The announcement, made by Presidential spokesman Ajuri Ngelale, included influential figures like entertainment guru Obi Asika and renowned Kannywood actor Ali Nuhu.

Key Appointments and Their Roles

Among the appointees, Obi Asika will assume leadership at the National Council for Arts and Culture, while Ali Nuhu, a veteran in Kannywood, will head the Nigerian Film Corporation.

President Tinubu has emphasized the importance of discharging duties with the highest standards of professionalism, diligence, and patriotism to invigorate and fortify the creative sector.

Afolayan’s Optimistic Reaction

Taking to his Instagram page to share his thoughts, Kunle Afolayan described the appointments as the “most sensible” he has witnessed in government for a considerable period.

He underscored the significance of these choices and expressed optimism about the appointees’ ability to bring vibrancy and robustness to their respective roles.

Personal Connections and Expectations

Afolayan, a prominent figure in the Nigerian film industry, revealed his close and personal relationships with at least five of the newly appointed CEOs.

He conveyed confidence in their capabilities and expressed a collective responsibility among young people, stakeholders, and practitioners to meet the expectations set by the government in advancing the realms of art, culture, and the creative economy.

A Call to Action for Young People and Stakeholders

Acknowledging the pivotal moment, Afolayan challenged the younger generation, stakeholders, and industry practitioners to rise to the occasion.

He emphasized that, with the government making thoughtful appointments, the responsibility now lies with those in the creative sector to contribute effectively, living up to the expectations set by these strategic appointments.

Closing Words of Blessing

In conclusion, Kunle Afolayan extended blessings to Nigeria and the spirit of art, culture, and the creative economy.

His positive response to the government’s move reflects a sense of hope and expectation within the creative community, fostering anticipation for positive developments in the sector.

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