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Mary Njoku

1 Sep 2019
The misrepresentation of Africa by western media has inadvertently given birth to the need for Africans to tell their own stories by themselves. The medium through which the African story can be told is as diverse as there are messengers. One of the message-bearers of the African story is Mary Remmy Njoku, the CEO of…
20 Jul 2019
Leading African film studio and international TV network, ROK, has been acquired by CANAL+ Group; comprising production, content distribution
19 Jul 2019
CANAL+ Group, French media giant, has acquired Nigerian production studio, ROK film studios from VOD company IROKO TV, as part of the French company’s plan to strengthen its position in Africa’s movie market.
15 Jul 2019
Popular Nollywood ROK has been acquired by French audiovisual group CANAL+. CANAL+ acquired the African film studio and international TV network, including its production, content distribution and publishing channels. As part of the transaction, IROKO Ltd will also take full control of the JV IROKO+. The move comes as CANAL+ Group looks to strengthen its…
30 Mar 2019
Award-winning Nigerian film studio, ROK Studios, have started a grand tour across Southern Africa since Thursday 21st and will end tomorrow, Sunday 31st March 2019, wherein super fans in key locations across South Africa and Zambia can connect with their favourite Nollywood stars. Joining Nollywood actress and CEO of ROK Studios, Mary Njoku on the…
7 Apr 2018
SheCan Nigeria is a platform for today’s woman to realize her potentials and develop her capabilities in achieving success through collaboration and empowerment to become active players and contributors; a movement designed to drive a change in culture and perception of today’s Nigerian Woman, and the world at large. The basic fact that “She Can…
11 Nov 2017
It would be most unfair to wrap up discussion on the creative cash madams of Nollywood without a mention of Remmy Mary Njoku, Ego Boyo and Michelle Bello...
24 Mar 2017
Absolutely not - Nigeria’s poor Internet infrastructure is essentially one of the main reasons why we had to de-emphasise our streaming platform that we had spent years developing, and build a mobile app - iROKOtv.
11 Feb 2017
Yes, 2016 was an extremely busy year for my team and I. We didn’t stop. We launched Rok on Sky [Channel 344] in the UK in September - and then went on to launch Rok on DStv [Channel 168] in November.

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