IK Ogbonna: Late-night Filming Needs to Be Regulated

Actor Ikechukwu Ogbonna, also referred to as IK Ogbonna, is from Nigeria and has commented on the death of actor Junior Pope.

He insisted that the rules controlling the production of Nollywood movies be changed immediately.

IK Ogbonna brought the regulatory body’s attention to the necessity of restricting late-night filming, particularly for those whose immune systems degrade as a result of extended work hours.

He made the important point that the medical department should always be on call in case of an emergency.

The fair-skinned actor went on, bemoaning the frequent demise of well-known Nollywood actors and emphasizing the degenerative effects of insufficient sleep on the body.

“We must urgently address the issue of safety in Nollywood. There are several important points I would like to emphasize, but to summarize, it is crucial that every movie set includes a medical department from now on.

“Additionally, we need to seriously consider the impact of late-night shoots, particularly on those who work tirelessly back-to-back. When the body does not receive proper rest, it inevitably begins to deteriorate (fail).

“It is disheartening to say but we only hear of the celebrated we lose, but we tragically lose crew members all too frequently. May this unfortunate loss serve as a catalyst for change, ultimately saving lives,” he wrote.

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