Bolaji Amusan Reacts To Funke Akindele’s Prosecution

Bolaji Amusan Reacts To Funke Akindele's Prosecution
Bolaji Amusan and Funke Akindele

Bolaji Amusan, national President, Theatre Arts and motion pictures Practitioners affiliation of Nigeria (TAMPAN) says Funke Akindele’s arrest and prosecution changed into a lesson to every one of us.

Amusan, in a short interview with the News Agency of Nigeria NAN on Monday, 6th-April-2020 defined Funke Akindele as an amazing and hardworking actress.

He stated that it became unfortunate she needed to face the track for violating government directives.

Amusan, aka Mr Latin, advised Nigerians to keep abiding the stay at home and social distancing regulation.

“She has in no way been of unruly behaviour, it’s miles really painful for me, however there can be now not something we will do, but to go in line with courtroom ruling.

“This must serve as a lesson to all. That may be a play out of the rule of regulation, nobody is above and i preference Nigerians will look at from the entire state of affairs,” he stated.

The actress become taken into Police custody on Sunday for breaching the Lagos State social distancing order carried out to curtail the spread of COVID-19.

Actress Funke Akindele and Husband, JJC Skillz Sentence To 14days Community Service
Actress, Funke Akindele and Husband, Abdulrasheed Bello aka JJC Skillz Sentence To 14days Community Service for flouting the Lagos State lockdown, say at home and social distancing regulation as there hosted indoor birthday party on Saturday night.

Recall, Informationnaija earlier reported that the Nollywood Actress Funke Akindele and Husband, JJC Skillz Sentence To 14days Community Service for flouting the Lagos State social distancing regulation

She and her husband, JJC Skillz, hosted an indoor birthday celebration that had over 20 humans at their home in Amen property, Ibeju-Lekki, Lagos, Nigeria.

They were arraigned earlier than a Lagos State Justice of the Peace courtroom on Monday and have been every fined N100,000.

The chief Justice of the Peace, Yewande Aje-Afunwa, known as their motion “reckless” and ordered them to serve 14-day community service, amongst extraordinary sanctions.

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