War : Ex-convict Ibinabo not fit to lead AGN – Clarion Chukwurah

Earlier in the week, through an open letter, Ibinabo Fibresima had reacted to Clarion Chukwurah’s allegations that she wasn’t fit to run the Actors Guild of Nigeria. Ibinabo in the letter, said she didn’t want to exchange words with Clarion but had to eventually do so because, “As President, I should be seen to be uniting members of the Guild and not causing disaffection, as your unfortunate outburst set out to do.”

However, Clarion has refused to allow Ibinabo to have the final words as she fired back, reiterating her earlier remarks while adding some other issues in an exclusive chat with Punch’s Saturday Beats.

Clarion said, “I am not on the same level with Ibinabo Fibresima professionally, educationally or in any other form. I find that she is deliberately misleading the public and wanting to push the issues at stake under the table with her so-called open letter. I will not allow her to do that.”

Clarion insisted that apart from not being educationally qualified, being an ex-convict disqualified Ibinabo from being the president of AGN.

Clarion said she was shocked that President Goodluck Jonathan recognised and welcomed Ibinabo as president of AGN when she visited Aso Rock recently.

“The court injunction of 2011 and 2013 was forwarded to the presidency. The criminal conviction of manslaughter was sent to the presidency. The president is supposed to be a symbol of the supremacy of the rule of law. He disregarded the law in recognising Ibinabo as president of AGN. The president is now saying there is no law in this country. So the AGN has become an ethnic grouping. This is a professional body of actors. It is not a Niger Delta solidarity platform,” she said.

About Delia Innoma

Delia Innoma is a prolific writer, promoter, artist manager with full professional proficiency in English, German and Igbo languages. She studied accounting and computer programming at the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu and Germany respectively. Delia is also a devoted mother of two and she founded the Diamond Celebrities Magazine. Her sense of responsibility and commitment to the Christian faith are essential forces driving her daily activities.

4 Responses to “War : Ex-convict Ibinabo not fit to lead AGN – Clarion Chukwurah”

  1. Okereke Uchechi Reply May 17, 2014 at 14:14

    This is the same thing actor mcsmith Ochendo saw and shouted,that made him to take her to court,at the end the day the case did not see the light of the day,the truth is that she is not quolify to lead AGN

  2. both of them should go and stand down joor! we need new faces

  3. Nigerians and power struggle!

  4. Lol, no be small war oh!!! but Clarion is making a point too

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