"I destroyed two big shrines in my village," veteran actor speaks

Saint Obi has spoken in a recent interview, clearing the air on some major issues surrounding his life and career.

 

Veteran actor, Saint Obi has denied acquiring a Mercedes  G-Wagon worth N48m, contrary to what most blogs reported few months ago.

According to Ladun Liadi, the actor said he believes in charity and he will keep investing in it rather than buying a car worth that amount.

He said:

“I am not a perfect being but I am very distant from those things written or adduced to my person. An example, I never bought any G-Wagon valued at 48 million Naira [I craze?]

The real me is a very selfless person who will share my last 100 Naira with the needy; who is constantly thinking of ways to impact positively on other people and society, at large. I don’t like talking much; rather I let my works do my talking. I believe that charity, just like being a fine person must start from inward; hence if you visit my village, Umuezealaeze Alaenyi, Ogwa in Mbaitoli LGA of Imo State, I have done my little bit to help my people but more importantly inspire a new vision.

Through the Grace of God Almighty, I was able to destroy 2 big shrines in my village, sunk boreholes, did road repairs, empower the young and old, etc.

My actions are not limited to my village; in the cities, I am also constantly preaching against the Osu syndrome, crime, poor morals, religious and ethnic bigotry, the need to for education, amongst others… its possible to change the world and Nigeria if we only try.”

He also added that he has started a record label and will be dishing out fresh songs with two other guys from the group. He actually said, he is going fully into the music world.

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