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18 Nov 2021
Global content production and distribution platform Amazon Studios said it plans to collaborate with Nigerian filmmakers and content creators to produce African contents that will be distributed to a global audience. Amazon's International Head of Local Originals James Farrell and Chief Marketing Officer for Prime Video and Amazon studios Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo made the disclosure…
20 Oct 2021
Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), today announces James Farrell, International Head of Local Originals at Amazon Studios, and Ukonwa Kuzi-Orizu Ojo, Chief Marketing Officer for Prime Video & Amazon Studios, as its keynote speakers for its 10th anniversary edition. The Prime Video leaders will join together in a Fireside Chat for the session at 7.00pm…

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Ademola Adeleke has been sworn in as Osun State governor at the Osogbo city stadium. Speaking after his swearing-in, Adeleke said he is aware of the expectations from the residents in the state and that he will be a servant to all. The governor said his reforms would cut across education, security, healthcare, infrastructure, local…
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Sen. Ademola Adeleke of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) was sworn in on Sunday at Osogbo as the sixth executive governor of Osun. He immediately ordered the freezing of the state’s accounts in banks and in other financial institutions.