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23 Oct 2017
After Chude Jideonwo’s thoughtful review of Anakle’s work with Wikipedia on the “Things Come Together” short film/ad, my dear friend Saratu Abiola’s advice was that I write a ‘director’s cut’ for how the film came to be. I am usually reluctant to do this kind of thing, but I am learning to take advice, so…
20 Oct 2017
Wikipedia, the self-acclaimed world's largest repository of knowledge, recently put out two promotional video adverts featuring veteran Nollywood actor Pete Edochie and kid comedian Emmanuella in a bid to increase its usage. The videos are compelling in that they see Wikipedia selling its service, yet giving voice to African creatives to tell and reimagine their…

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