The letter was penned on a Kalakuta Limited letterhead shows Fela Anikulapo-Kuti as Chairman and Beko Ransome-Kuti as Managing Director.
On June 16, 2020, Grammy nominated Nigerian superstar, Burna Boy shared Fela's handwritten letter in which the Afrobeat maven urges Africans to unite.
Gravely concerned and alarmed by the sad development in the creative industry, especially in Nollywood, where Producers and Directors have been called out for sexual harassment, sexual assault, sexual molestation and rape.
Directors' Guild of Nigeria (DGN) has risen from a crucial emergency meeting and immediately resolved to:
- Set up a panel of inquiry in order to investigate various sexual harrasements and rape accusations against members.
- Investigate, probe and determine deterrent penalties and punitive measures for offenders.
- Seek and Support every initiative of well meaning industry stakeholders to curb the menace of sexual harassment, rape and/or sex for roles.
According to Tonto Dikeh, if any relative is disrespecting your parent, it's best to keep them at arms length.
If you have a relative who is disrespectful towards your parents, Tonto Dikeh might have a solution to that problem.
The movie star took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, where she shared her thoughts on relatives who have a thing for disrespecting parents. According to her, when you find yourself in that position, the best thing to do is to avoid them.
Here is a list of nollywood titles billed to screen in cinemas once activities return to normal.
Before the coronavirus pandemic, a number of Nollywood movies were billed to screen in cinemas.
Most of the anticipated titles have had their dates pushed back to allow the pandemic reach its peak while some have been postponed indefinitely.
In no particular order, here is a list of nollywood titles billed to screen in cinemas once activities return to normal.
The twin-events, organized by Ehizoya Golden Entertainment e.V., featured Nigerian film screenings, networking sessions for film makers and an awards ceremony. The two-day cultural festival was kick-started with the premiere of Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen’s newest film WEDE.