Nollywood actor Abimbola Kazeem, popularly called Jigan Babaoja, has called out his colleagues about living a fake life on social media.
Jigan Babaoja, in a post shared on the microblogging platform, said social media had contributed immensely to his life.
According to Jigan Babaoja, many of his colleagues are suffering but showing the audience a fake life on social media.
Jigan Babaoja said his post should be a wakeup call to his colleagues and advised that people should learn the film business and not be a fool.
He wrote: The truth be told if not for social media, I don’t know where my life will be at present because that my movie industry people are suffering and showing the audience a fake like. I thank God and this message is a wake up call learn film business don’t be mugun.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Jigan Babaoja, took to social media to issue a strong warning to movie producers who use their friends for movie production to avoid spending money.
In a post shared on Twitter, the actor said producers should demand a price from the cast and stop using friendship as a cover-up because it is detrimental for any business.
According to Jigan Babaoja, friendship kills business, and people also have personal and family responsibilities to meet up.
Two persons have been confirmed dead following the collapse of a school building in Peva-Chanchaji, Takum Local Government Area of Taraba State.
Several persons were also said to have been injured in the unfortunate event.
KemiFilaniNews gathered that the incident happened in the early hours of Saturday.
A source in the community who confirmed the incident to our reporter said those injured had been rushed to nearby medical facilities for treatment.
"Holy Ghost Secondary School collapsed today killing two and injured many others in Peva," the source said.