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Vincent Entertainment files for trademark

By Daniel Anazia
09 October 2021   |   4:01 am
As part of measures to protects his firm’s brand name against unauthorised use by third parties, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Vincent Tobi has begun plans to trademark his entertainment company, Vincent Entertainment owners of V-Nation Pictures.

As part of measures to protects his firm’s brand name against unauthorised use by third parties, entrepreneur and philanthropist, Vincent Tobi has begun plans to trademark his entertainment company, Vincent Entertainment owners of V-Nation Pictures.

Tobi, who is also a notable movie producer made this known in a statement from V-Nation Pictures outfit.vicdav

“After due process and many consultations from far and wide, we have decided to file for our company’s trademark. Our team agreed that it’s a right step in the right direction as the company gets ready for our maiden full-length feature, Obsession,” the statement read.

The entertainment chieftain, who has been touching the lives of indigents through his Vincent Tobi Foundation, said the move will further place the entertainment firm in a leading light.

He explained that as one of the companies under the Vincent Entertainment, V-Nation Pictures has completed the shooting of Obsession, a movie that starred some Nollywood leading lights including Shaffy Bello, Mercy Aigbe, Gideon Okeke, Munachi Abii and Ghanaian film star, Benedicta Gafah.

The film, which was directed by a rising filmmaker, Chidiebere Emmanuel Nwosu, aka Director Mo, is scheduled for release before the end of the year.

As part of his continuous mission to support Nigerians living below the poverty line, his non-governmental organisation, the Vincent Tobi Foundation (VTF), during a recent outreach, changed the life of an indigent family in Warri, Delta state.

The foundation gifted a brand new vehicle to the family, after a housewife Mrs. Favour Ejegi made contact to help get her husband, Ama Ejegi, back in business.

Egeji, who lives with his family in Jakpa, Effuru area of Warri, had been out of a job for a while and the financial burden to cater for his family had become unbearable, hence, the wife’s decision to contact the VTF.