Kannywood actress, Raham Sadau who was recently expelled from Hausa film industry over her participation in a romantic music video reacts to ban.
â€œFollowing the events of the last few days and MOPPANâ€™s unilateral decision to exclude me from the Hausa indigenous film industry, known as Kannywood, I would like to use this medium to address my fans, friends, those who have been affected and all who have shown concern. To those who I have offended in any way, shape or form and who I have caused any anxiety by featuring in the said music video, I sincerely apologise.Â Â
It was a job and I was carrying out my role in my profession, as I would in any other production, be it a Hausa language film or a Nollywood production. However, innocuous touching with other people in my line of work is inevitable.Â Â
I have lines that I would never cross and indeed I live and stand by the tenets, â€œactions are judged according to intentionsâ€.Â Â
The outcome of the events that have taken place has come as a surprise to us all. I may have fallen short of some peopleâ€™s expectations, but it was never my intention. I make no excuses for my actions and I take full responsibility. Â
Thank you to all those who have reached out at this time and to everyone in general for your unwavering support. Your passion and loyalty hasnâ€™t gone unnoticed and I am privileged to have your support. This, I do not take for granted and I want nothing more than to continue making you all proud.Â I implore us all to be more tolerant and forgiving towards one another and to cease all the senseless abuse, name-calling and backbiting. This achieves nothing other than to cause a huge divide amongst us. May we all continue to benefit from the Almightyâ€™s mercy and may He protect and guide us all as we go about our daily lives. â€œ