Kannywood actress Rahama Sadau has reacted to her expulsion from the film industry by the Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN).
In a statement released on Tuesday to her fans and friends via her Twitter account, Rahama said, “I sincerely apologise…I was carrying out my role in the profession, as I would in any other production, be it a Hausa language film or a Nollywood production.
“However, innocuous touching with other people in my line of work is inevitable.”
The statement further said, “The outcome of the event that has taken place has come as a surprise to all. I may have fallen short of some people’s expectations, but it was never my intention. I make no excuses for my actions, and I take full responsibility.”
She thanked her fans and friends for their support and loyalty.
She implored everyone to “be more tolerant and forgiving towards one another and to cease all the senseless abuse, name-calling, and backbiting.”
Rahama, popular called the “Queen of Kannywood” was expelled on Sunday for serially “hugging and cuddling” Jos-based musician, ClassiQ who expressed shock at the development in his music video, “I love you”.
See full statement below: