Actress Olayinka Adeyemo, who is popularly known as Nnenna of Nnenna & Friends, has formally kicked off her school, called OLIVEMAY, in Ojodu-Berger area of Ikeja, Lagos State.
Toyin Adegbola steps out to serve her people
Not too many people know that there were some home video productions that were made before the phenomenal Living in Bondage, widely reputed to have heralded the video boom in Nigeria, which was released to wide acclaim in 1992.
Leading ladies of Mo’s Royal Hibiscus Hotel
The British-born Nigerian actress and model-turned television presenter, Zainab Balogun, played ‘Ope’ in TRHH, and she was believable. She played the role as if the writer had her in mind when creating role.
Samuel Ajibola: Unearthing ‘Spiff,’ The official clown of The Johnsons
On that widely viewed series, Spiff, which is the character Samuel Ajibola interpretes, is every bit a clown. The character does dumb and crazy things that leave the hordes of viewers of the programme in stitches.
Ike Nnaebue’s Sink or Swim wins big at NeWark International Filmfest
The movie carried the day by sweeping the awards for both categories nominated. Ama K. won Best Actress and Sink or Swim took the ultimate award for Best Narrative Feature, 2017.
Screen celebrities: Greater Nigeria on their mind
Tomorrow is October 1, Nigeria’s 57th independence anniversary. As usual, the day offers Nigerians both at home and abroad, the opportunity to reflect on the journey to nationhood.
Usman Baba Pategi: A fitting NANTAP fellowship for the legendary ‘Samanja’
There was a sustained applause when the master of ceremonies announced that the legendary actor Usman Baba Pategi, who is popular as Samanja, was among the shortlist of distinguished theatre practitioners...
Women in filmmaking: Their excellencies the creative cash madams of Nollywood - Part 3
Mildred Okwo is one personality who is many things rolled into one. She is a producer, writer, director, entertainment lawyer and talent manager.
A huge world premiere for Toka Mcbaror’s ‘Kada River’ in Toronto
The Nollywood travel festival ends on September 16 while the annual Toronto International Film Festival holding in Canada, which opened on September 7 ends on September 17, 2017