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Chris Iheuwa: I didn't mean to alarm anyone with my narration

Chris Iheuwa: I didn’t mean to alarm anyone with my narration

By Gbenga Bada

Nollywood actor Chris Iheuwa has reacted to his narration of alleged escape from a ritualist den in a fresh rejoinder shared on his social media handles.

Iheuwa apologised for the narration, which he said was not meant to alarm anyone but just to express a creative process.

In his rejoinder, Iheuwa wrote: “Thank God I am Alive, A rejoinder. I refer to my previous write-up titled: ‘Thank God I Am Alive…’ published on 4th, June 2021 on the same medium and wish to clarify that it is merely a work of fiction, a literary expression and an excerpt from a feature film screenplay I am working on. For those who actually read it in full, you would notice the credit at the end for the excerpt synonymous with creative work.”

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Iheuwa noted the narration was misconstrued for reality saying: “For some reason, it may have crossed the line between creativity and realism and misconstrued to be true. I appreciate your concerns and wish to state that it wasn’t meant to alarm anyone, but just to express a creative process.”

The ‘La Femme Anjola’ star further said he’s very fine and doing great.

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