TAMPAN makes plans for ailing members

The Theater Arts and Movement Photos Affiliation of Nigeria (TAMPAN) has established an endowment fund to supply for the well-being of its members.

The affiliation’s president, Bolaji Amusan, popularly often called Mr Latin, introduced this on Friday on the opening ceremony of the Convention of Nigerian Artwork and Movie (CONAF) in Abeokuta.

He stated the period of social media searching for assist for members in want is over, including that the fund will goal distressed members.

The veteran actor additional stated that the construction of the endowment fund was based mostly on strict contractual obligations and guidelines.

“The fund ought to function a rescue fund for the remedy of one in all our sick members, quite than exposing and begging for assistance on social media,” he stated.

Amusan stated the fund will assist increase consciousness for budding abilities and foster creativity by way of capability constructing and sharing of recent data.

The chairman of TAMPAN revealed the significance of assembly the challenges of making films with good content material that might change into tangible belongings to adequately help the royalties and revenue of members all through their lives.

Amusan additionally welcomed Kunle Afolayan, the award-winning movie producer, as a full-time member of the affiliation.

He described Afolayan as a go-getter and an expert at coronary heart, saying that he has contributed immensely to the expansion and growth of the movie trade.

For his half, Afolayan appreciated TAMPAN for the achievement thus far led by Amusan.

Afolayan stated he had at all times needed to contribute in his small approach, including that the chance now introduced itself.

“I help the endowment fund with N500,000, and I need to say that as an affiliation we are able to obtain rather a lot. All of our veterans and fathers began as a gaggle and so they succeeded,” he stated.

Different movie stars attending the convention embrace Jide Kosoko, Adebayo Salami (Oga Bello), Dele Odule, Tunbosun Odunsi, Yemi Solade, Fausat Balogun (Madam Saje), Ebun Oloyede (Olaiya Igwe).

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