Multiple award winning movie producer Prince Cres Ugo aka Royal Prince in a chat with www.otowngist.com said he is not sure his mother will forgive him for not becoming a pastor.
Royal Prince recalled acting as a Pastor’s assistant, interpreter and said that the fondest part was speaking in Crusades and Rivivals in Assemblies of God Church back in his early days.
“I can recall my last sermon in a revival and I also recall how I touched lives and how people are usually broken to tears whenever I mount the pulpit. Those are fond memories and ones I would never trade for anything”, he said.
The talented producer who also directs and acts said his wonderful upbringing will be credited to no other than his mother and he still believes she is disappointed he never went on to become a pastor.
He is presently serving as the Vice Chairman of the Cinematographers Association of Nigeria, Assistant National Secretary of Director’s Guild of Nigeria and many more. He made a big statement with the movie ‘Forgotten in Libya’, Royal Prince is surely working towards making more statements in the industry.
“As one of the licensed movie producers in the country, I am committed to changing the face of movie making in Nigeria and as much as I can, bring innovations to the system”, he said.
He is acclaimed one of the busiest producers in the country, especially in South-East. He also revealed that his movie ‘Forgotten in Libya’ as well as being adopted as a research material in Nigeria, has also been nominated for awards in more than four countries of the world.