I really need to be closer to God this year —Dele Odule

•Reveals 2021 resolutions

 

 

Recounting how he survived 2020, Veteran actor and former President of the Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN), Dele Odule has said he needs to be closer to God this year and also revealed his plans for the New Year.

Odule who revealed this while speaking with Saturday Tribune Entertainment over the week said, “Let us just give glory to God that we are still loving and still alive. 2020 was a year a lot of us have never witnessed before in our entire lives. We have lost a lot of our own in the industry to 2020. Let me use this medium to say may their souls rest in peace.”

Speaking further, he said: “for those of us who are still living, I congratulate us. 2020 was a year that cannot be forgotten easily, talking about the COVID-19 to the EndSARS protests and some other things that wrecked the economy of the country. So, it was not a year that we will want to remember, but we cannot forget.”

He however said revealed that for the New Year 2021, moving closer to God was his priority, as he also disclosed his plans to produce a movie this year after a long break as a producer. In his words: “I really need to be closer to God. Moving closer to God is a priority for me this year. I also need to improve on my acting career too, it has been a long time produced a movie, so this year, I plan to release at least, a movie. I also plan to do more of television series this year 2021.”

 

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