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Emeka Ike Visits Amputee Actor, Tunde Alabi In Hospital, Donates Cash To Him (Pics)



​Veteran Nollywood actor and National President of Actors Guild of Nigeria Engr. Amb. Emeka Ike (TURAKIN KUDENDAN) yesterday 22nd November,2016 visited his sick colleague Uncle Tunde Alabi at General Hospital, Lagos.

The National President was accompanied by Mr Victor Edogun, the AGN Vice President South West, Director Paul Julius and few others.

He was conducted round by Julius to see the Director of the Hospital Social Welfare Department and the Medical Director where he expressed his heartfelt gratitude to them and assured them that the Guild as a body are on top of the matter and are making adequate plans for uncle Tunde’s rehabilitation.

At the ward, he made a personal donation to Uncle TUNDE and promised to support him at the National level by the special grace of God. He reassured him that he will do his utmost best in his regime to uplift the standard of living of actors by putting up a strong structure that will last. Among his plans are the forthcoming AGN/PMAN joint investment summit coming up in Abuja at the sheraton Hotels and towers on 25th November, 2016 by 12 pm where entertainers will gather for the first time to discuss and champion a common course for the business of entertainment.

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Senate President Bukola Saraki will be the special guest of honour. Speakers at the summit will be assemblage of notable icons in the society among whom are Senator Shehu Sani,distinguished Senator Dino Melaye, Senator Osita Izunazo, Mr. Godwin Emefiele, Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Ambassador Emeka IKE (AGN President), Mr. Pretty Okafor, (PMAN President), Chief Jack Lui, (CEO, Startimes) and Alh. Lai Mohammed, Minister of Information and Culture. The summit will be powered by Captain Osa and the Central Bank of Nigeria.

He expressed his heartfelt gratitude to Nigerians worldwide who have in one way or the other contributed to keeping Uncle Tunde alive.