Actors’ Guild of Nigeria (AGN), one of the major professional bodies housed under Nollywood is sure making giant strides in making sure its members are well taken care of as much as they can.
This comes after it launches a package in partnership with Telecom giant, Globacom, simply known as Glo to enable its members enjoy free calls and data services.
The event which held on Tuesday July 21, 2020 in Lagos State, though made available to the public hours ago, was attended by some members of the Actors' Guild of Nigeria (AGN), including its former Presidents ably represented by Zack Orji, Segun Arinze, and also by the incumbent President, Emeka Rollas Ejezie. Also in attendance were actresses Ada Ameh, Uche Elendu, others.
They also disclosed that by August 17, 2020 the Guild will launch its health insurance package tagged HMO medical insurance, and members of the body were urged to reach out to their various State chapters to obtain their own health cards.
Sharing photos from the event via the Guild's Instagram handle, it reads: “It was awesome yesterday as I flagged off the GLO CUG network for members of our Guild. It’s still on now please contact your state chapter chairman to get connected to this amazing offer to enable you free talk time for your friends and family.
Special thanks to Former Presidents ably represented by Zack Orji and Segun Arinze for your support for this administration. Lagos State chapter Chairman Moji Mohips Oyetayo always representing Indeed we are changing narratives. Nigeria Television Authority is not left out in this appreciation message. Thank you my colleagues for this. We can’t wait for 17th August to launch the HMO medical insurance.
Members please call your state chapter chairmen for details so you have obtain your health cards @zubbymichael @actorsguildofnigeria @ify0406 @abkingyakub @adaameh @ucheelendu @realzackorji @zack_orji11 @the.segunarinze @chief_femibranch @monalisacode @agilityonwurah @belindaeffah ##repost😎😎With God all things are possible.”