Dr. Smile Advocates for Government Support in Ogun Entertainment Industry

Ace comedian Abegunde Olamilekan, famously known as Dr. Smile, has voiced his concerns about the lack of support from the Ogun State government for the entertainment industry, which he believes has hindered its growth and potential.

Speaking at a press conference in Abeokuta on Tuesday  to herald his next comedy show slated for November 12 at the new OOPL Marque Dr. Smile passionately called on the government to create a conducive environment for the entertainment industry to thrive, underscoring its significant economic potential and its capacity to generate employment opportunities.

One of the key proposals made by the comedian is the establishment of an annual carnival in Ogun State. 

He believes this carnival would not only promote unity but also provide a platform for established players in the entertainment industry to support and uplift upcoming talents.

Dr. Smile emphasized the importance of prioritizing the entertainment sector, as it holds the promise of generating substantial revenue and reducing youth unemployment in the state.

Expressing his gratitude to the sponsors who have made his event, "Why Not Smile," possible, he extended an invitation to the public to mark their calendars, share the news with friends, and prepare for a night of uproarious entertainment at the upcoming comedy show. 

His vision is to create a community of comedy lovers who can come together, share laughter, and create lasting memories.

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