President Muhammadu Buhari has celebrated veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Eyimofe Evans Mofe-Damijo, popularly known as RMD, as he turns 60 years in age today, 6th July.
Recall that TheNewsBeam reported that the actor revealed how he was able to break the spectre of death in his family, as none of his parents were able to reach the age 60.
However making it to 60, the President through his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, wished the actor well in a statement titled ‘President Buhari felicitates with movie star, Richard Mofe-Damijo at 60.’
According to the statement, “President Muhammadu Buhari joins the entertainment industry in celebrating with renowned actor, writer and movie producer, Richard Mofe-Damijo, RMD, on his 60th birthday, rejoicing with family members, friends and colleagues of the stage and screen star on the milestone occasion.
“The President congratulates the veteran actor, who is also a lawyer, on his many achievements in the entertainment industry, winning national and international awards that brought glory to the local film industry, and placed the country on global limelight.
“President Buhari notes the contributions of RMD to the field of community and development communications, culture, tourism and journalism, working in the public service as a former Commissioner of Culture and Tourism, preceded by serving as Special Adviser on Culture and Tourism in Delta State.
“The President believes the Nigerian entertainment industry has successfully earned a reputable place in the world through hardworking and dedicated professionals, whose tenacity, creativity and resilience continue to attract and sustain viewers on the beauty and cultural diversity of the country.
“President Buhari felicitates with Nollywood on the joyous event of RMD’s birthday, praying that God will continue to bless and strengthen the actor and his family.”