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Producers want to have sex with me before giving me a movie role – Actress Chesan Nze

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Beautiful Actress Chesan Nze cried out after she revealed that some producers want to sleep with her before giving her movie roles. Chesan Nze revealed that this apparently, is the reason why she barely features in movies. The actress says that most male movie producers are out to frustrate and drain female entertainers emotionally and physically. The aggrieved actress averred that she won’t name any producer now but will be forced to do that if such act continues. She wrote “This is for those producer’s who insist on sex for roles. I am simple and understanding but so many male producer’s in this industry of entertainment will frustrate you emotionally and physically, I wish to share my challenges to the world today. To be an ENTERTAINER in Nigeria without a rich background or support system will drain you mentally and physically. 90% of Nollywood is a ‘fucking industry’, 10% are genuine but the rest just want your PUSSY before they work and also use you. The reason why I barely fea…
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Osun election: Don’t drag my school into murky politics – Poly rector tells PDP


The Rector of Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State, Dr. John Adekolawole,has warned the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the state not to drag the institution into partisan politics.
He described as baseless and untrue , the allegation by PDP that some students of the polytechnic were caught with fake Permanent Voters’ Cards, PVCs, at Ajue, a suburb of the town.
This was contained in a press release issued by the Public Relations Officer, PRO, of the polytechnic, Mr. Sola Lawal, the copy which was made available to newsmen on Wednesday.
The statement warned politicians to desist from dragging students of the polytechnic into such dirty game, noting that the institution remains neutral, with extant law and regulation that insulate students against partisan politics .
DAILY POST recalls that the candidate of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, for Ede North/ Ede South/ Egbedore/ Ejigbo Federal constituency, Mr Bamidele Salam, in a statement alleged that the students were caught with fake voters cards on the eve of the aborted Presidential and National Assembly election.
Salaam further alleged that the fake voters were purportedly lodged in the residence of one Mr Najeem Musa, who is a personal assistant to a member of House of Assembly, adding that the students had confessed that they were hired by All Progressives Congress, APC, to use voters cards procured from Lagos state with a promise that each of them would be paid N5,000 at the end of the election.
“The attention of the management of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, has been drawn to series of comments trending on social media as regards the case of arrested fake voters at Alajue town in Ede South local government area.
“Much as the management of the institution believes in fundamental human right of staff and students, in exercising their civic rights and to vote for any party of their choice, yet, it is pertinent to state that such a privilege would not be abused under any guise”.
The statement enjoined the polytechnic community not to engage in any form of clandestine activity with any politician, warning that the authority will not hesitate to discipline any erring officer or student found wanting.
Meanwhile, a member of House of Assembly representing Ede South, Hon Adebisi Nurein, said there was nothing in the said statement that links him with the allegation and would not bother to react to it. He challenged whoever has concrete evidence on his involvement to come out boldly and make a claim.

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