Thursday, April 26, 2012

Ramsey Nouah Bows Out Of Nolllywood


One of the finest men in Nollywood, though it’s been awhile we saw him in movies, Ramsey definitely has made an impact in Nollywood. But then what ever has a beginning must have an end. Sadly, in a recent interview the actor confirmed he will no longer be acting. But a close source of the actor says he is quitting acting to focus majorly on directing. Here is how Ramsey stated it;

“I think I’ve had my fair share. To my fans and loved ones, I know they’ll always want to see me on screen, but as they say, it’s best to leave when the ovation is loudest. I want to leave a very strong legacy. I believe I have left a very strong imprint in that line. There’s no possible way you can mention ‘Nollywood’ without mentioning Ramsey Nouah.

We wish him all the best.

21 comments:

  1. No worries; he'll be back! The easy money + fame always draws them back especially if their first few projects aren't mega-hits!

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  2. erm...this is not true.. he's presently on the set of a new movie...

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  3. ladun nawa for this ur headline. u nigerian journalists sef. just say his career is taking another direction. directing movies is not bowing out na. he is still is nollywood.

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  4. Yep, he is going into directing, that is confirmed. All the best Ramsey!

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  5. Ramsey is surely a legend and we are going to miss everything about you and your movie.

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  6. Can there be another ramsey in the movie industry? I don't think so.

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  7. Ramsey is such a fine man

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  8. Am more handsome

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  9. Ladun! What is going on? This ur blog is becoming too dry abeg.

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  10. *ajalahtravel*27 April, 2012 10:55

    Im dey run away because say bush don finally clear for centre and that go make im toaster rep turn to papa. Bros still dey feel funky and no ready to act papa

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  11. Ladun's biggest fan27 April, 2012 12:00

    From actor to director doesn't mean he's quitting Nollywood.

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  12. The truth is that films don't sell anymore so they are all looking for viable alternatives. In fact, with the advent of AM Entertainment on DSTV's Channel 128, I don't see myself buying any film in the next millenium.

    It is a mixture of the best entertainment Africa has to offer and NO, I don't work for Multichoice. I'm just a viewer.

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    1. Mehn,u are so on point, since channel 128 came about plus other new channels came about, who cares abt nollywood,tonto dike and their rubbish sex scenes that is so disgusting!
      So sad am gonna miss dstv cos am relocating #bbsadface#
      But Ladun shaa keep this ur blog active and updated cos I dnt wanna miss Nigeria one bit

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  13. The truth is that films don't sell anymore so they are all looking for viable alternatives. In fact, with the advent of AM Entertainment on DSTV's Channel 128, I don't see myself buying any film in the next millenium.

    It is a mixture of the best entertainment Africa has to offer and NO, I don't work for Multichoice. I'm just a viewer.

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  14. The truth is that films don't sell anymore so they are all looking for viable alternatives. In fact, with the advent of AM Entertainment on DSTV's Channel 128, I don't see myself buying any film in the next millenium.

    It is a mixture of the best entertainment Africa has to offer and NO, I don't work for Multichoice. I'm just a viewer.

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  15. Lol! Sorry for leaving 3 posts. Slip of hand

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  16. God,hw do i put my feelings about this in wrds.Oh yes,"GOOD RIDDANCE TO BAD RUBBISH".

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  17. Was the ovation ever loud?

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  18. @ Anon 08:43 and Anon 13:42, mega lol. Abi oh!!!!!!!!!

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