On October 3, 2016, Kannywood actress Rahama Sadau was expelled from Kannywood by the Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria MOPPAN after she featured in Jos singer, ClassiQ’s romantic music video.
Now, Sadau has written a letter to MOPPAN to apologise for her “misdemeanour” and plead that she be readmitted into Kannywood.
According to Premium Times, Rahama Sadau wrote:
I am human and liable to make mistakes and as a daughter who stand to be corrected. I wish to plead and ask my colleagues, the executive member of all guilds, the entire people of the north and audience at large to forgive meDespite the seeming rise of her career in the year that followed the ban, the actress has finally apologized.
MOPPAN is a coalition of associations that sets rules and regulations governing the conduct of film production as well as practitioners in Northern Nigeria.
The body say they will meet on Friday to decide whether to accept or reject her apology.
A spokesperson for the body said:
We are going to hold a meeting to discuss on the content of the letter and come out with a definite stand. It is not going to be automatic at all.
She told the media that she was not served letter of suspension and she was not suspended. She also made lot of comments that are not supposed to come from her.