NFFG & NEGA 2018
CINEMA & NEGA AWARDS GALA NIGHT IN FRANKFURT AM MAIN

EHIZOYA GOLDEN ENTERTAINMENT (EGE) Presents - NOLLYWOOD FILM FESTIVAL GERMANY (NFFG) & NOLLYWOOD EUROPE GOLDEN AWARDS (NEGA). Date: 31th August 2018: CINEMA. FILMFORUM HÖCHST Emmerich-Josef-Strasse 46A 65929 Frankfurt am Main Time: 4pm Date: 01th September 2018: NEGA AWARDS GALA NIGHT. FRIESSTR 20 60388 FRANKFURT AM MAIN Time: 8pm till dawn Tel +49 1521 0200 103.

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PRESENTATION OF NFFG PROJECT TO HIS EXCELLENCY CG MR. D. O FALOWO. 

Isaac CG FalowoAs it is in Ehizoya Golden Entertainment e.V culture, the team presented this year NFFG & NEGA awards projects to the new Consular General at the consulate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Frankfurt, Germany. This was during a courtesy call on His Excellency CG Mr. D. O. Falowo.   
Briefing His Excellency about the upcoming Nollywood – NFFG and NEGA events in general, which is meant to promote Nigeria image and integration values in particular in Europe via Nollywood movies produced in Germany by the President of Ehizoya Golden Entertainment Mr. Isaac Izoya – Cultural Ambassador,
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The Man Behind NFFG and NEGA Awards – Isaac Izoya

izoya Mr. Isaac Izoya – Cultural Ambassador, the founder and currently the president of Ehizoya Golden Entertainment e.V, was once described by “The Voice” Holland based magazine, as “a man of all trades and master of all” in showbiz. He's an Ishan, Edo State born Nigerian German based actor, movies producer, showbiz pundit, script writer and Journalist. He was born in Edo State, Nigeria studied at the London school of journalism and worked for many years as the (Berlin) Bureau chief of the most popular magazine in mainland Germany, The African Courier magazine. He has since then taken various film courses and attended various film festivals as special panel guest and programs in film making and entertainment in general.
EHIZOYA GOLDEN ENTERTAINMENT E.V. The Ehizoya Golden Entertainment e.V, is a front-line not-for-profit culture advocacy organization, founded since 2003 in Berlin but relocated to Frankfurt am Main in 2013. The organization – has been using Nollywood in particular and entertainment in general as a medium to unearth the hidden artistic talents and promote Nigeria (African) cultural heritage across Europe:
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Tonto Dikeh-“I am now celibate. My marriage was a huge mistake”

tonto dikeh marriedTonto has revealed her intentions to get married again in a new interview, she also disclosed that she is never again going to help her man grow because she is tired of being the moneybag in her relationships.

In an exclusive interview she had with Saturday Sun/The Sun TV crew in Abuja, the mum of one took a 360-degree view of her life and talked about her sex life, drugs use, cosmetic surgery, failed marriage and motherly love for her son. Enjoy the interesting excerpts below;

Do you now live in Abuja?

Oh yes. I’m now an Abuja girl

Why did you relocate to Abuja?

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Don’t dare it! Estranged hubby rejoices as court stops Tonto from featuring son in new reality TV show

Tonto Dike and sonEstranged husband to Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh, Churchill, has stopped his son from featuring in the Tonto Reality TV Show, produced by Linda Ikeji Media, pending the hearing of an originating motion in a suit before a family court of the Lagos State Magistrate.
Churchill said he filed the suit on behalf of his son, King Andrea Omodayo Igo Churchill, to save him from any form of embarrassment in future. He described the verdict as a legal victory for the applicant (son),
The Magistrate, P. A. Adekomaiya, had on Wednesday, issued an injunction restraining Dikeh and Linda Ikeji Media from featuring their son in a reality show.
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Nollywood is demonising the Nigerian culture –By AZUKA ONWUKA

14355684 1069207083175231 5623282063851537341 nThe Nigerian film industry, popularly called Nollywood, has been a big source of pride since it officially took off in 1992 with the production of Living in Bondage. It has provided wealth, fame and prestige to Nigeria and thousands of Nigerians.
  Ironically, right from Living in Bondage, producers of Nigerian movies have tended to cast the Nigerian traditional life as evil, as well as portraying Nigerians as people who make their money through the power of the occult and human sacrifice.
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