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FG Should Declare Work Free Days Amid Coronavirus Outbreak – Beverly Naya

Beverly Naya

Beverly Naya

Nollywood actress, Beverly Naya has reacted to the current stay-at-home advice to Nigerians to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the nation.

Beverly revealed that the citizens are currently being asked to take a lot of personal responsibility for preventing the spread of #COVID19 but things could be easier.

According to her, the Federal Government has to step up and declare work-free days to encourage people to remain indoors.

She added that if that is not done, it will be difficult for the government to be obeyed.

Her words, “Nigerians are being asked to take a lot of personal responsibility for preventing the spread of #COVID19 but the Federal Government needs to step up and declare work free days and encourage stay at home. If you don’t do it, it will be hard to pull this off.”

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Beverly Naya (born Beverly Ifunaya Bassey; 17 April 1989) is a British-born Nigerian actress. She won Most Promising Talent at the 2010 Best of Nollywood Awards. She also won the award for Fast Rising Actress at the 2011 City People Entertainment Awards.

Beverly Ifunaya Bassey was born in London as the only child to her Nigerian parents. At 17, she began acting while studying philosophy, psychology and sociology at Brunel University. She also studied script-writing and film-making at Roehampton University. In an interview with BellaNaija, she explained that she relocated to Nigeria because of the rapid growth of Nollywood, and the opportunities that it creates for aspiring actors. In another interview, she cited Ramsey Nouah and Genevieve Nnaji as mentors.

Beverly Ifunaya Bassey was born in London as the only child to her Nigerian parents. At 17, she began acting while studying philosophy, psychology and sociology at Brunel University. She also studied script-writing and film-making at Roehampton University. In an interview with BellaNaija, she explained that she relocated to Nigeria because of the rapid growth of Nollywood, and the opportunities that it creates for aspiring actors. In another interview, she cited Ramsey Nouah and Genevieve Nnaji as mentors.

She began acting at the age of 17 whilst studying at the Brunel University in Uxbridge, England.


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