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6 Jan 2016
AT the last African Cinema Business Symposium, which was held as part of Africa International Film festival in Lagos in November, the African Film Consortium (AFC) in the communiqué they issued after the well-attended symposium called on government across the continent to take more than a passive interest in the affairs of the movie industry in their respective countries.
3 Jan 2016
Royal Arts Academy held its prize-giving day last weekend. Students who performed well were rewarded with cash prizes. Titled Spotlight, students were trained and equipped in the areas of acting, screenwriting, editing and directing necessary for success in the industry.
3 Jan 2016
How do families react to scandals? Why do families fear scandals? Importantly, how do families avoid scandals from breaking among their ranks? Indeed, what armour should families wield against the possibility of scandals breaking?
3 Jan 2016
JAMIU Abiola’s The President Who Never Ruled is a novel. But it is neither a fiction nor a faction. Indeed, it seems novel to present a biography in the form of a novel as the author has done.
3 Jan 2016
The church has been tasked to be agent of nurturing abundant youth talent in the country so as to stem the rising tide of unemployment.
3 Jan 2016
At a period such as the ongoing onslaught of government against looters of Nigerian treasury, artist, Ijalobomo’s visual narrative of probity into the derailment of values prescribes image rebirth for the country.
3 Jan 2016
THE National Troupe of Nigeria took a break off its annual end of year season of theatrical stage performance, which it normally stages at the National Theatre for a performance at the camps of Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Bauchi.
3 Jan 2016
Nigeria’s foremost dairy company, FrieslandCampina WAMCO, made a haul of 13 awards in 2015 from ‘Most Improved’ and ‘Most Respected’ to one of the ‘Best Three Tax Compliant Companies in Nigeria’ awards.
3 Jan 2016
The book has eight chapters and written in Yoruba Language. The book reflects various Yoruba cultural beliefs and practices, ranging from traditional marriage, naming ceremony to polygamy.
3 Jan 2016
As fresh air of hope blows across Nigeria in 2016, a unique exhibition of seven decades of museum collection adds to the new awakening of the country. Currently showing at one of Nigeria’s oldest cultural facilities, National Museum, Onikan, Lagos, the exhibition titled The Nigeria Museums @ 70; An Enduring Legacy has on display quite a vast collection of artefacts that represent the rich diversity of the country.
2 Jan 2016
National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos, for sometime now, has been in the news, because of government’s plan to give it to private developers for onward development and management.
2 Jan 2016
Unfriendly economic environment caused by highly charged political scene in the first quartre of 2015 appeared to have slowed art activities for greater part of the year. However, Nigerian artists made quite some remarkable impacts at international events, home and abroad.

Guardian Life

5 hours ago
There is a certain reaction people get when they mention that they exist on a couple of online dating sites. It’s that kind of look you give to a potential serial killer, the one who tells you in a moment of unsolicited confidence he enjoys killing cats and dismembering them. Yes, that: The look of…
7 hours ago
From Bridgerton to Gen Z, this sexy undergarment is once again popular. But is the corset an instrument of torture – or a weapon of empowerment" - Beverley D'Silva. The curvaceous woman is the woman of the 21st century, and corsets are no stranger to funding this figure. The corset had been argued to be…
8 hours ago
Asia is located in both the northern and eastern hemispheres. It is the largest and most populous continent on earth. Some of the countries that make up Asia include China, India, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and Malaysia. The shared culture in Asia includes a strong emphasis on family and community, respect for…
9 hours ago
Something happens every time you close your eyes at night. You move from season into season. Your life is constantly evolving and as your responsibilities change, your needs change too. As your needs change, the way you plan for them must change too. This is important for you to understand because it also applies to…
11 hours ago
Micheal Chigozie Agwu, popularly known as Tempoe is behind the male voice echo “Mad” that you hear at the start of most of your favourite hit songs. The 27-year-old music producer talks with Guardian Life about his childhood, music production and what to expect from him this year. What was childhood like and how did you…

Music

1 day ago
Dakar, the capital city of Senegal was agog recently as leading African artistes, celebrities and stakeholders in the music industry stormed the city for the 8th edition of the All Africa Music Award (AFRIMA) dubbed Taranga Edition.
24 Jan
After a year of highs and countless mind-blowing moments, the World’s biggest Afrobeats festival returns to Portimão’s sun-kissed coast this summer. Afro Nation Portugal announces the first wave of names taking place between 28-30th June 2023. Among an ever-impressive array of artists, are found the first three headline acts, including global giant Burna Boy, US…
19 Jan
There could not have been a better way to start the new year for fans of United States-based Nigerian singer, Emmanuel Shedu, popularly called Yo'Dele following  the release of his new single, 'Keke Ti Koko'. Yo'Dele, who surprised his fanbase with the latest sensation, had demonstrated that he had something up his sleeve, as he…
17 Jan
South Africa-based Nigerian Afrobeat/ Afropop/ Afrofusion recording and performing artist, Ambassador Uche Opara, also known as King Sador, is currently making waves with his newly released heavyweight EP project titled “GUNE BOI (Otilo)” on all major music platforms nationwide courtesy of record label known as Kingy Movement. King Sador, who was born and raised in…
15 Jan
As it is said, "class is permanent, and form is temporal." Such is the imposing sonorous voice of one of Nigeria's highly anointed gospel minister, Okoro Lilian Chidinma, popularly known as Lilian Dinma. A talented gospel singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, and fashion guru. Lilian Dinma understood her assignment from childhood and, from her secondary school days,…

Film

24 Jan
The follow-up to "Girls Trip" transports us to West Africa in Ghana. Co-writer of the original 2017 comedy, writer-director-producer Tracy Oliver during an interview gave an update on the upcoming reunion of Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Tiffany Haddish. During the promotion of her video series 'Harlem', Oliver announced she had a "definitive…
24 Jan
As digital broadcast platforms steadily worm their way into the hearts of television viewers globally, Nigeria and Africa have not been left behind in the fiercely competitive and innovative space. With the youths making up the vast majority of Africa’s population and their tendency to make the digital shift to over the top  (OTT) platforms,…
24 Jan
Ace broadcaster and actor, Destiny Ezeyim popularly known as Brainiac the Radiogad has lamented that most Nigerian movie producers are in the habit of not giving actors their dues. He said producers feel they are doing actors favour by giving them roles. He said: “Most of the time people view Nollywood from the wrong background.…
16 Jan
"Avatar: The Way of Water" easily stayed atop the North American box office for a fifth straight week, taking in an estimated $38.5 million on a long holiday weekend, industry watcher Exhibitor Relations said Sunday.
15 Jan
The AMAA is celebrating its 18th edition in the next few weeks. The founder, Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, is upbeat about its celebration. She says the journey has been an interesting one...