What I do before playing roles that involve me to enter coffin – Kanayo O Kanayo

Actor Kanayo O. Kanayo revealed in an Instagram post, accompanied by a video interview with Eastern Eye, that he does not engage in any personal rituals before portraying roles that require him to be inside a coffin, whether it be for a money-related ceremony or any other reason.

He wrote;

“God gave me a talent. When I’m playing a role in a movie that involves going into a coffin. I do not sanctify myself or start binding unseen forces. I just play my role and get out.”

The 61-year-old, also known as Nna Anyi Sacrifice, clarified during the interview that the characters he portrays on screen have no connection to his true persona.

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“I was on a set three weeks ago with a woman and she was asked to go into a coffin and before she went into the coffin, she went ‘In the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit’ I said ‘don’t do that, you are mocking God. This is a job that puts food on your table. God has asked you to go and deliver his people through this so why are you praying?’”

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“The apostles of Jesus or disciples as you call them. Luke was a medical doctor, and the other person was a tax collector so they were from different fields, so this is what people do for a living. That is why filmmaking is called make-believe. It makes people believe you are a ritualist, you are an occultist, you are a Reverend Father, you are this. The role I play has nothing to do with me as KOK. I don’t go to church every Sunday but I know myself.

“My role is what puts food on my table. when you call me Nna Anyi sacrifice, it brings traction to my name. I don’t shy away from the name, the name pays my bills, and the name signs cheques for me.”

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Kanayo has been featured in several money ritual-themed films like Living in Bondage, Blood Money, Abuja Boys, Billionaires Club, Desperate Billionaire, Dogs Meeting, King of Rituals and Corridors of Power.


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