The Creative Economy Africa is the second-largest and second-most populous continent, with a population of 1.2 billion people. The creative economy is an essential part
Enough is enough! Its day six of the #EndSars protest here in Nigeria, and no one is backing down. Youths all over Nigeria have united
Under the Force Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (FCIID), SARS is a unit that was created to combat violent crimes associated with kidnapping, armed robbery,
Last night I opened Netflix on my browser, in search of a lovely film to end my very stressful day, and the trailer for Coming
Its a windy Friday night and I’m snuggled in bed with a cold cup of Ice Tea, Pringles -Texas BBQ because that’s the best flavour
When you hear or see the word Nollywood, it’s sometimes times followed by a snarky comment or really funny joke. There are several ideas many
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So you miss the cinema. We do too! But that has not stopped us from seeing amazing and interesting content come to light amidst the
Ever so often, Netflix adds Nollywood films to its selection. These films usually waste no time rushing to become the number 1 film in Netflix
After sharing the cover photo on Twitter, Pamela Aide has dropped the teaser for her upcoming film, “Ife” and here’s all we know based on
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Ade Sultan Sangodoyin’s short film centers around a teenager coming to terms with his sexuality in a society that keeps a firm lid on disclosure of of their identity.
If you don’t live under a rock, then you must at some point heard people say the word – ‘Alté’ (don’t think about it too much, it’s just shorts for alternative).
Nigerian-American YouTuber, Seun Okimi is taken a step in understanding the culture of relaxing hairs which is common to many Nigerians, male and female.
Do you miss the feeling of buying popcorn and heading into the cinema to watch a movie on the big screen? Because Nollywood certainly does