Just in: The Nigeria Entertainers group put to stop the protest in Abuja.

Just in: The Nigeria Entertainers group put to stop the protest in Abuja.
Just in: The Nigeria Entertainers group put to stop the protest in Abuja.

Just in: The Nigeria Entertainers group put to stop the protest in Abuja.

The National Coalition of Nigeria Entertainers has for an indefinite period suspended the intended protest scheduled to hold today, May 15th, in Abuja, as concerning the marginalized support of southsouth and southeast Entertainers by the Federal Inland Revenue Service under the leadership of Dr. Babatunde Fowler.

The National President, Amb. Kenule put forth the notice of the unrehearsed suspension of the CNE nationwide protest accessible to newsmen this morning, after a significant meeting with stakeholders of the Coalition of Nigeria Entertainers southsouth and southeast zones.

Amb. Kenule declared that the planned protest has been suspended by virtue of the ongoing resolutions and interventions by key BOT members of the group.

He called on members of the group across Nigeria and most especially in FCT Abuja, Southsouth and southeast zones to stay calm on the planned protest, as they have been assured of essential measures to tackle the ongoing marginalization and prejudice in the FIRS. The CNE southsouth and southeast zones were eventually ready for the protest today inline with the directive issued some days ago during a press briefing by the Leadership of CNE on the tribalistic sentiments and partial support for Lagos and Abuja based Entertainers, without any considerable intervention for Southsouth and southeast Entertainers in the industry. According to a reaction from a Rivers state based media analyst on the ongoing beleaguered situation between CNE and FIRS, he says, “It is however undemocratic for any national Institution like the FIRS to be partial and soppy in their approaches, as to which geopolitical zone should benefit from their social responsibility or shouldn’t. If they all pay their revenue, then they should all benefit from whatever social responsibility that the service provides”.

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