‘Nnanyi Sacrifice’ – Kanayo O. Kanayo Speaks On Purported Involvement In Money Rituals
Veteran Nollywood actor, Kanayo O. Kanayo, has debunked claims of involvement in money rituals despite being famous for his occultic roles in Nigerian movies.
AttNews reports that the movie star, in an interview with Afia TV, explained that the title ‘Nnanyi Sacrifice’ was a name someone called him during the funeral of the mother of Nigerian billionaire businessman, Obi Cubana, and he rejected it immediately.
The actor cum lawyer said the ritualist tag ‘Nnanyi Sacrifice’ stuck despite his rejection.
The legendary thespian also noted that money ritual is not good, stressing that he has never been part of it or attempted to engage in such illicit acts.
Kanayo said he doesn’t care about whatever name people call him so long as he is getting paid.
He said, “Money ritual is not good and will never be good. I will never be part of it and have never been part of it. When you hear somebody call me ‘Nnanyi Sacrifice,’ it was just the name somebody called me during Obi Cubana’s mother’s burial.
“One thing about names is that immediately you start rejecting it, it sticks. Call me any name you like, but pay me my cheque. If we listen to the message, we will change the society more. I am just a vessel.”