BREAKING: Motion picture practitioners appoint Barde interim national president

The Board of Trustees (BoT) of Motion Picture Practitioners Association of Nigeria (MOPPAN) has announced the appointment of the Vice President, North-central of the Association, Malam Habibu Barde, as the interim national president of the association.

A statement by the Board of Trustees chairman of MOPPAN, Makama Sani Mu’azu, said the appointment followed the formal resignation of the national president of the association, Dr. Ahmad Sarari.

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The BoT expressed its profound appreciation to Dr Ahmad Sarari for his dedication, commitment and selfless service to the growth and development of the association in various capacities for about two decades.

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The statement said during his tenure as the national president, Dr Sarari brought to bear a high level of responsibility, integrity and respect nationally and beyond.

MOPPAN is one of the leading sectoral registered independent umbrella organisation in the motion picture industry in Nigeria with membership in several guilds and associations that form branches affiliated to it at the state level.

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MOPPAN remains committed to the development of the motion picture industry in Nigeria and in the entertainment industry at large.

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