The 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.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said the new PayTV platform, TSTV, will enjoy a pioneer status with a three-year tax relief.
The Minister announced this in Abuja on Sunday night when he unveiled TSTV. “Dr. (Bright) Echefu (TSTV Managing Director), you have come at a very good time because this government only recently granted a pioneer status to the Creative Industry and what this means is that you will be entitled to a three-year tax relief and all your investors will not pay any tax dividends,” he said.
Source: DayLight The PSquare drama keeps getting interesting by the day This time, Paul has said he regrets working with Peter
He revealed this while promising fans that they would not miss Peter NAIJ had earlier reported that Peter Okoye, one half of the now disbanded music group PSquare took to America to perform at his first solo concert.
As 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,