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Buhari’s Eyes for Belles

Buhari’s Eyes for Belles

Why this noise above the din about the inadequate inclusion of women in Muhammadu Buhari’s cabinet? There are many women who would reject unearned rewards. My big cousin, Mrs. Omobola Onajide, the first female electronic journalist in Nigeria, is that type. She is an activist in her own right for universal franchise not because she

Bollywood Ready To Assist Nollywood

Kaisar Alam, India’s Acting High Commissioner in Nigeria on Sunday, January 4, disclosed that the commission will facilitate collaboration between Nollywood and Bollywood. He said that the two countries’ film industries had a lot to contribute to their Gross Domestic Product, GDP. “Stakeholders in the film industries from Bollywood and Nollywood could partner or exchange

‘Old People, Cause Of Nigeria’s Troubles’ – Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday accused elderly Nigerians of troubling the country as a result of their utterances and behaviours. He said young Nigerians have continually brought glory to the nation and particularly berated old politicians in the country, who he said cause trouble by constantly quarrelling and abusing one another. “Young people are involved

APC Primaries: Desmond Elliot wins, Dayo Adeneye Loses

Desmond Elliot, popular Nollywood actor, has won the All Progressives Congress, APC, primary ticket to represent Surulere constituency 1 in the Lagos State House of Assembly on December 2. He defeated a two-term incumbent, Kabiru Lawal with a wide margin. In another development, Kenny Saint Brown lost Ikeja constituency primary election for the Lagos State

Nollywood To Hold 3rd Health Convention

The organizers of the Nollywood Health Convention have revealed that all is set for the third edition of the annual Nollywood Health Convention and Awards. The convention, scheduled to hold at the National Arts Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos on Sunday, December 7, is sponsored by the Saving Life for Africa Diabetes Foundation, SLAD, in conjunction with

Nigerian Film Makes History In US

The Nigerian film industry, popularly known as Nollywood, recently made huge strides on the international scene, when one of it’s epic movie, “Invasion 1897 (Nogbaisi Ovonramwen),” was adopted by the American government through its agency, Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen, the producer of the film, said the institute decided to adopt the

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