This call should be embraced by the leadership of the industry; their influence on the lives of particularly, teens and young adults, must not be ignored. Mr Aderibigbe’s words (in purple) are just on point.
Aderibigbe told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos that there was an urgent need for the artistes to educate their associates on the consequences of corrupt acts.
He added that a situation where actors who played negative roles in movies and musical videos ended up being accepted as heroes was unacceptable.
Aderibigbe said the industry wielded so much influence that some people could be misled into believing that only those with corrupt tendencies could become successful.
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