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Tuesday, July 21, 2020

AGN Seals Deal To Ensure Actors Will No Longer Beg The Public For Money To Pay Medical Bills...

Actors guild of Nigeria has secured a deal to help it's members and they say there will be no more public begging for funds......

Did i hear you say at last?






Actors Guild of Nigeria achieved a historic milestone since its existence. We have graciously taken the welfare of our esteemed members high and above measure.

With your support and the support of the Excos of the AGN, we have successfully signed an MOU with Medicard Health Management as the approved official HMO and Health Management Services Provider of the Actors Guild of Nigeria.

Gentlemen and Ladies of the AGN, I am most delighted to inform you that our members will no longer resort to public begging for their health or medical needs. Each and every actor or actress in Nigeria henceforth will enjoy comprehensive HMO cover. With the Partnership we have created with Medicard Health Management, all members of the AGN and independent actors and actresses in Nigeria will have access to over 600 Hospitals Nationwide for all their Health and Medical needs (Drugs and Treatment Inclusive).


 In addition to this, we now have a Group Life Insurance Cover for all our members; with the partnership we have established with Medicard Nigeria, our members can now access Medical tourism overseas for Kidney Transplant and surgery; Our members can also use their cards to enjoy Discount purchases on Meat and Chicken stores nationwide, Automatic Car Insurance Renewal at zero cost and so much more.


We are able to achieve this milestone today because we believe that members of the AGN deserves the best. Actors and Actresses deserve the best and we will leave no stone unturned to make this a reality.


I hereby encourage us all to spread the good news and reach-out to the AGN Secretariat of your state, pick any Hospital of your choice to have yourself and your family onboarded on the HMO scheme. We are flagging off this wonderful initiative on 17th August 2020. We need this and it’s fine for us.
Long Live The Actors Guild of Nigeria... Long Live The AGN



45 comments:

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    1. At-all at-all na'imm bad


      Nice move

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    2. Really good move. It isn't nice to see people that have been in the public coming back to beg for money to pay bills. The psychological effect might even make the ailment worse.

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  2. Nice move ... take care of your team.

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  3. Finally 🀸‍♀️🀸‍♀️🀸🏼‍♀️ so happy for this good news

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  4. They will not acknowledge this now but let it be when they pay courtesy visit to someone they are jealous of, You will see them come out to start fighting the demons that are disturbing them.


    Great achievement Rochas. I hope this works out fine.

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    1. You seem to ALWAYS have issue with other people's opinions. Why not drop your comment and keep it moving.

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    2. Eka, we will not all see issues from the same perspective. Why do you always get upset and take it personal when people state their opinion?

      This is a diverse blog with people from different walks of life and different backgrounds, we must have different opinions.

      You and I can disagreee on a particular post and our thoughts align in another, It is not that serious abeg.

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    3. Una get time, this attitude did not start today, madam Eka has always shoved her opinion down everybody's throat on this blog. This why she earned the named blog angry bird, babe is always bitter, period!!!

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    4. Eka na Rollas not 'onye wayo'Rochas.

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    5. Eka don't you think this happened because of their visitation call out?? They prioritized unnecessary things over important things like this

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  5. For the people that were criticizing Kemi Lala Akindoju, I am quite sure this is one of the results from her calling them out. Let us learn to say the truth and call out irregularities without over thinking it and trying to play politics with everything, it may not change anything but sometimes it just might or actually influence change.

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    1. So you think in your small mind that they achieved this barely 3weeks Lala called them out? You can't achieve a huge milestone as this overnight. The process must have been ongoing for years before finally birthing it now...

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  6. Good, Medical Insurance is never free, you still have to pay monthly premium to assess the facility.

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    1. They should pay... Its still better than coming out to beg publicly.

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    2. Medical Insurance is not free anywhere in the world so yea they would pay monthly premium.

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    1. @ MaoπŸ–•πŸ–•πŸ–•πŸ‘ŠπŸ‘Š

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  8. Wow!!!! What a feat... Well-done Mr. Rolls...

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  9. Oh wow Thank God.
    Now I can go into acting fully🀧.

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  10. I hope it is for real and not just public stunt.

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  11. Good job emeka rolls,i think you're one of the best president AGN has ever had

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  12. Highly commendable πŸ‘Œ

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  13. That’s very commendable. @Eka, what’s your problem? We all see things from different perspective and criticisms only make u get better.

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    1. Wetin Eka do all of una? Her response is not out of place na. It's what anyone else could have said and wahala no go dey... This constant call out on Eka is getting too much jare, seems like everyone just wants to trend here with her name. Even bvs wey just join blog yesterday, go still dey scream Eka Eka all over comment.

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  14. About time, nice move

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  15. Kidney transplants, medical tourism? Their premiums must be sky high.although it’s a very good initiative for an industry that doesn’t have sustainability the management or exco’s must of had to jump through hoops to pull this off, I wonder how many active members they have? Good luck to them.

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