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.
It appears that the rift between Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh and her estranged husband, Olakunle Oladunni Churchill will not end soon after a shocking video emerged online.
According to the video which has gone viral on social media, the actress could be seen raising her hands on her ex-husband before they got separated.
Amidst the release of the new video, controversial Nigerian cross dresser Bobrisky has come out to show love to the actress in this trying time.
EMEKA IKE, NADIA BUARI, AMB. RIMDAP, AND OTHERS HONOURED IN GERMANY
EMEKA IKE FOUND A DREAM WIFE MATERIAL AND SIGNED 150,000 EURO DEAL WITH DJ ZEEZ BY A GERMAN MILLIONAIRE.
The German city of Frankfurt came to live again during “Nollywood Film Festival Germany” (NFFG) and its sister event ‘Nollywood Europe Golden Award’ (NEGA), which was held recently in (Sept 8th – 9th, 2017) Frankfurt, Germany.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Thursday disclosed that the Federal Government is set to unveil a N100bn per annum free television distribution network for Nollywood.
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.
One of the suspects arrested for the murder of a former winner of Guilder Ultimate Search, Hector Jobarteh, has owned up to his involvement in the crime.
The suspect, 49-year-old Ismaila Adeyemi, said he got a mobile phone from the valuables carted away from the victim’s residence.
He said his brother, Usman Adeyemi, who had also been arrested, helped him to sell the phone for N7,000, adding that he gave Usman N2,000 from the sum.
PUNCH Metro had reported that some assailants had, on September 3, 2017, trailed 38-year-old Jobarteh to his house on Olufowora Close, New Oko-Oba, Agege, from the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, and shot him dead.
It was said the deceased had gone to pick his younger brother, who arrived from abroad, at the airport.