The AGN imposes a ban on 'unnecessary' photo and video recordings during Junior Pope's burial ceremony
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The Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN) has implemented a ban on non-essential photography and videography during the burial service of Junior Pope. AGN president Emeka Rollas, via an Instagram post on Tuesday, cautioned against unauthorized media capture during the funeral, stressing the need for accreditation from the family for bloggers and press members.

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In his statement, Rollas expressed the somber mood within the guild, emphasizing the importance of respecting the official photographers designated for the event. He extended gratitude to several individuals and representatives for their support during this difficult time.

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Junior Pope's demise was confirmed on the night of April 10 following unsuccessful attempts to resuscitate him. The actor, accompanied by make-up artist Abigail Frederick and other crew members, tragically drowned in the Anam River while returning from the set of "Another Side of Life," a film produced by Adanma Luke.