A popular Kannywood actor, Ali Nuhu, has opened up on why he stopped kissing or hugging female actresses in Nollywood movies.
DAILY NIGERIAN reports that aside from Kannywood, Mr Nuhu has featured in dozens of Nollywood movies, the most popular of which is the ‘Banana Island Ghost’.
Mr Nuhu is one of the most decorated Hausa actor with many awards to his credit.
Aside from being brand ambassador of various governmental and nongovernmental organisations, Mr Nuhu, in 2018, received honorary doctorate degree from ISM Adonai American University, Benin Republic.
In a recent interview with The Nation, the Kannywood star revealed that he decided to stop accepting obscene roles because his culture and religion are against them.
According to him, these roles drew criticisms from many people, hence he decided to put a stop to it.
“I come from the North, and I’m a Muslim. My culture and religion do not allow for that, so I stopped acting in scenes like that.
“People talk about it all over but I personally think of it as an ambassador of my culture and religion and stopped,” he said.