‘We want to disrupt the narrative, tell untold stories to global diaspora’
My insatiable human nature partly drives my diverse interests. I like to push for more on any level I get to and not to just be at the top but to be the best there.
Ending open defecation in Nigeria
You can pretty much gauge the extent of our underdevelopment by some of our habits and conducts. Street hawking, throwing trash out of the car window and dumping refuse at road junctions...
Teeth 4 teeth
Nollywood Actress’ Excitement Over Award ONCE upon a time rave of Nollywood, Eucharia Anunobi could not hide her excitement over one small ‘award’ she got last week. She was busy announcing the award on her Facebook Timeline, even though the posts were not reaping more than two or at best, three comments. But then, you…
Introducing The Kujus beams light on Badagry
Fans of Nollywood movies are in for a fascinating trip to the historic town of Badagry, Lagos, through the eyes of The Kuju siblings in TMPL Motion Pictures first cinema release, Introducing The Kujus (ITK).
UK streaming platform Bebuzee eyes Nollywood
UK outfit, Bebuzee has revealed its plans to release first of its new free-to-watch streaming video service for the African countries in December. This gesture, according to the outfit, is based upon its relationships with over 50 Nigerian film studios. Starting on that date, full-length movies, series, talk shows, documentaries among others, will be available…
Sex education in Nigeria Part 2
The underlying concept of cheating in marriage is the belief that one party is giving away to a stranger what actually belongs to the legal partner, as had been sworn in the marriage ‘‘foregoing all others, but me.’’ The African does not really believe in such forbearance.
Sex education in Nigeria
There is very little sex education in Nigeria, at least when I was growing up. Most Nigerians learn about sex from peer groups or lecherous adults who exploit
Tunji Bamishigbin also ‘A Man Of The Bar’ in Nollywood
It was the veteran broadcaster Patrick Doyle who drew our attention to the fact that we left out the veteran actor, writer, producer, and director Tunji Bamishigbin when we placed the spotlight last week on notable screen acting celebrities such as Kanayo Kanayo, Richard Mofe Damijo, Kenneth Okonkwo and Femi Adebayo who have been called…
Nigeria at 60: Celebrities speak on Independence Day and Nollywood
It is Nigeria’s 60th Independence Anniversary and as usual, the day offers citizens the opportunity to reflect on the journey to nationhood. Celebrity caught up with a few Nollywood practitioners and they share their thoughts on independence, Nollywood, and Nigeria of their dream. Omowunmi Dada: The independence of our country, which is synonymous with achieving…
I Gave Up Education For My Kids - Iyabo Ojo
Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo has taken to social media to advise her fans as she announced that she has plans to return to school. The screen star in her post said although she did not have much formal education and was called a "blockhead," she found her strength and capitalised on it. According to her…