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Kunle Afod makes a passionate appeal to his colleagues over veteran actress, Iya Niwen as he finally meets her

Kunle Afod meets Iya Niwen

Nollywood actor, Kunle Afod has made a passionate appeal to his colleagues over veteran Yoruba actress, Iya Niwen.

The singer, who has been offering support to his senior colleagues over the past few weeks, visited Iya Niwen in Ibadan at Agidigbo FM.

He expressed how excited he was to have finally met her as he appealed to his colleagues to help bring her back on movie set.

“It gladdens my heart as I finally met iya Niwen in Ibadan at Agidigbo FM….
Pls for my colleagues let’s bring her back in our movies
…..
Thank you all for sharing her contact”.

Kunle Afod meets Iya Niwen

Taking to his comment section, many appreciated him for his support for Nollywood veterans.

One Jonzing Bwoy, who was moved by it, wrote, “Omo drop her AZA (Bank details)

One Treshair wrote, “These are the people that suffered in this industry. No one can be compared to her with her special voice

One Esther Yetunde wrote, “Well done Afod, you’re doing a good job. May God bless and lift you

One Hype Frosh Jogo wrote, “Love ur doings bro bigger u

One Am Wunmip wrote, “This woman rocked my childhood. Please bring her back to our screen. Weldone sir, you are doing well

One Wale Adebayo wrote, “Egbon, God bless you for this. No more painting of hair, old characters for old actors

One Tinulicious Foods wrote, “Weldone Uncle K. This is remarkable. God bless your sir”.

For some days now, Kunle has been advocating for Nigerians to show support and care to veterans in the industry. To prove how serious he was, he paid a surprise visit to Lere Paimo, also known as Eda Onile Ola.

Kunle shared a video on his Instagram page, as he expressed how excited he was visiting the veteran’s home for the first time.

Following his clamor for help, many made moves as they donated money to the veteran. Kunle shared a video of him revisiting the veteran as he gifted him the money, while appreciating the public for their token and said a word of prayer for them.

Recall that Foluke Daramola had written an open letter to President Tinubu and the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo Olu on the poor state of Nollywood actors, following the death of veteran, Dejumo Lewis.

She noted how many of the veteran actors are suffering especially health-wise and have no help. Foluke urged the president to offer a better arrangement for the veterans and called for them to set up a trust fund for the veterans and provide little things for them, that they would appreciate for the rest of their lives.

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