August 23, 2015 – Prince Dele Odule In America To Raise Money For TAMPAN Inauguration Ceremony
President of Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria (TAMPPAN), Prince Dele Odule is now in the United States of American where he has gone to garner support for his association. This is coming months after he came back from Ugandan where he presented the Nigerian Ambassador to Uganda letter of Honourary Member of TAMPPAN.
While in America, Odule will visit Nigerian entertainment stakeholders in New York, New Jersey, Chicago, Maryland, Washington DC, Atlanta Georgia, and Houston to mention a few.
According to the National Director of Public Relations and Media Affairs, TAMPPAN, Yomi Fash Lanso, Odule will return to Nigeria by the middle of September to prepare fully for the association’s inauguration coming up in October.
“The president and his executives are leaving no stone unturned to see that the inauguration will be the talk of the entertainment industry for months,” Fash Lanso said.
In fulfillment of his promises during campaign to lead TAMPPAN, Odule paid courtesy visits to veteran thespians, Chief Lari Williams and Tunde Alabi, promising them that his association will do everything to see that they are well taking care of.
TAMPPAN was formed to transform filmmaking in Nigeria and see to the welfare of its members, while concentrating more on selling values and culture. The association has promised to partner with both federal and state governments to ensure that needed infrastructures are put in place in the entertainment industry.