Comic Nollywood actor, Ime Bishop, seems not to be presently happy with the way some people use the image of his wife for unauthorised adverts.

Bishop said he is not against his image being used to attract customers to patronise a product, but he will not accept his wife being dragged into it.

The actor was making reference to a photograph he received from a concerned fan, where his image and that of his wife were used to advertise a local canteen located at the NYSC Orientation Camp in Abuja.

Expressing his displeasure over it, Bishop said, “Hmm, wetin I no go see. A photo of this banner was taken and forwarded to me all the way from the Abuja NYSC orientation camp. It’s a bukka and the inscription is ‘Akwa Ibom Special’ I am not opposed to being “used” anyhow o but when my wife is involved, my plea is very earnest. Concentrate on me only. Na me sign up to dey do mumu. I’m just imagining how me and my wife will be serving in a bukka. Laughs, I don suffer.”

Faces or images of celebrities being used by traders or artisans to attract people to patronise them is not a new thing in this part of the world. Most times, this is done without the consent of the star involved.