The Actors Guild of Nigeria on Tuesday got the arrival of Nollywood entertainer, Chiwetalu Agu, from the Department of State Services on Tuesday.
AGN spread the word about this through an assertion on their authority Instagram page named, 'Chiwetalu Agu delivered to Actors Guild Of Nigeria.'
The assertion endorsed by the AGN Communication Director, Monalisa Chinda, read, "The National President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Ejezie Emeka Rollas, has once more gotten the arrival of Actor Chiwetalu Agu from the authority of the DSS.
"For the benefit of the Guild, I was at the DSS office with my associate, the Senior Special Assistant on Military Affairs and Inter Governmental Relations to the President, Steve Eboh, to get Mr. Agu today.
"The happy veteran entertainer said thanks to God for enduring the trial and lauded the authority of the Actors Guild of Nigeria headed by Ejezie Emeka Rollas for their constant endeavors in getting his delivery from the detainment."
Agu was first captured by the Nigerian Army on October 7, 2021, around Upper Iweka in Onitsha, Anambra State, for wearing a Biafra outfit while appropriating bread and different things to poor people.
The military had blamed him for requesting support for the banished Indigenous People of Biafra which has been blamed for a few demonstrations of psychological oppression. He was thusly given over to the DSS for examination and arraignment.
Notwithstanding, in the blink of an eye before his delivery, a relative of the Nollywood entertainer had let The PUNCH know that they had been denied admittance to him.
Agu, who has featured in a few films, including 'Rattler: The Ahanna Story', which is presently appearing on Netflix, has been a known ally of the Biafra battle.
He has likewise been condemning of the system of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), for purportedly minimizing the Igbo.