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Desmond Elliot won’t be acting till the next 4 years

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Popular actor turned politician, Desmond Elliot, won’t be seeing playing his Nollywood role in the next four year, the Lagos Honourable said in the latest interview.
Desmond Elliot is an household name when it comes to film acting and production, such a great movies like “Guity Pleasures”, “Bursting Out”, “Kiss & Tell”and many others. But with his new career, fans of Desmond Elliot will have to re-watch his previous movies because new cast won’t be coming from his stable anytime soon.
Answering questions raise by NET at a recent event, the lawmaker who represents Surulere constituency 1 at the Lagos State House of Assembly disclosed that he will not be acting or releasing any movie for the period of his stay in the house as he is focused on the act of lawmaking.

‘There is nothing acting in all I do now, it’s the job as a legislator and doing work to ensure that there is a better structure in the industry,’ Desmond disclosed to NET. He however further revealed that he is still a part of the industry and will continue to support it.

When asked how he intends to use his new position to impact Nollywood, he simply said, ‘just wait and see’. He however further revealed that he is still a part of the industry and will continue to support it.

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