Born british Nigerian actor, Kalu Ikeagwu, was yesterday arrested by security agent in front of his house in Ogba area of Lagos around 3:40pm, following a robbery and homicide case.
According to popular daily, he was politely invited, but was about arguing with them when they brought out their guns. Neighbours who had tried to step in, stood back as soon as they saw the guns. He was carried away in a bus.
Kalu Ikeagwu got married not to long ago, by the time they left, his wife was crying.
The top nollywood actor was released around 8.30pm and explained to his worried neighbours that his personal assistant bought a stolen phone from Computer Village in Ikeja, and the thieves reportedly killed one of the victims of the robbery.
He said the crime happened in Abuja, and the phone was traced to Lagos by the security agents who later came for him since his address and name were used during the purchase.
People are however curious to know why Ikeagwu’s name was given at the point of purchase and why his address was also used.
What You Need To Know About This Top Actor.
Kalu Egbui Ikeagwu is a British-Nigerian actor and writer. As an actor, he has received several awards and nominations for his performances on screen.
Full Name: Kalu Ikeagwu
Place of Birth: England
Date of Birth: 18th of May
Marriage Status: Married
Education: Kalu had his primary education in England and Zambia and his secondary education in Nigeria. He graduated with a degree in English in 1991 from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka before returning to England.
Occupation: Actor, Writer
Kalu Egbui Ikeagwu can be said to be rightly in his element when it comes to acting, on stage or on the silver screen. His father, fearing that growing up in England might make Kalu forget his Igbo roots, introduced him to literature and make-believe at the age of four. In secondary school while working on science-related, he was prompted to apply to study English literature in university.0001
He had the opportunity to appear on his first stage play by Esiaba Ironsi (“Put Out The Houselights”). He has gone on to act in some of Nigeria’s memorable classics, such as Major Lejoka Brown in Ola Rotimi’s, “Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again” and as RIP in Esiaba Irobi’s “Hangmen Also Die”. He went on to perform in various plays at the Edinburgh Festival of 95 and 97.
His first movie was as David Salako in Emem Isong’s “For Real.” A movie which on completion, Kalu exclaimed that if a danfo (lagos metro bus) were to hit him, he would die with a blissful smile on his face. He has gone on to feature in the movies “30 Days”, “The Wrong Woman”, “Distance Between”, “Between Two Worlds”, and the Irish film production “Rapt In Éire”. Popular TV series include AIT’s “Domino” and 168 and MNET’s classic “Doctors’ Quarters” to mention but a few.
The Distance Between
Between Two Worlds
Love my way
The Wrong Woman
Games Men Play
Crisis In Paradise
War Without End
My Precious Son
The Lost Maiden
The Waiting Years
Circle of Three
Source : Wikipedia, Daily mail, Porscheclassy media.
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