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Bimpe Adeboye: Fast Rising actress is a year older today
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Bimpe Adeboye: Fast Rising actress is a year older today

Happy Birthday, Bimpe Adeboye!  The fast rising actress has so much to celebrate after establishing herself as one of the top actresses in 2015.  As you read this, the talented actress also known as Aweni, is set to storm location to shoot her debut movie titled “Tears” (Ekun).  The movie, which is about a young … Continue reading

High praises for Genevieve Nnaji’s new movie ‘Road to Yesterday’
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High praises for Genevieve Nnaji’s new movie ‘Road to Yesterday’

   Founder and CEO of AFRIFF, Chioma Ude recently commended Genevieve Nnaji’s ‘Road to Yesterday’ for its outstanding script and production quality.The movie which will be screened at this year’s edition of the annual Africa International Film Festival would be one of the highlights of this years event. She said: ‘We are pleased that this … Continue reading

Davido, Wizkid and Yemi Alade lose AFRIMMA Artiste of the Year to Diamond Platnumz… 
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Davido, Wizkid and Yemi Alade lose AFRIMMA Artiste of the Year to Diamond Platnumz… 

The African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) went down last night in Dallas, Texas with Nigeria’s Basketmouth hosting alongside Ann Kassime of Uganda. One of the major highlights of the night was when the African Artiste of the year winner was announced. The crowd reacted surprisingly when top Tanzanian singer, Diamond Platnumz defeated Nigeria’s Wizkid, Davido, … Continue reading

COMING SOON: A new documentary on gender-based violence, #SilentTears
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COMING SOON: A new documentary on gender-based violence, #SilentTears

Award- winning filmmaker, Ishaya Bako is back with a gender-based violence documentary titled ‘Silent Tears’.  In 2013, Ishaya Bako’s documentary about the fuel subsidy scam in Nigeria, ‘Fuelling Poverty’, attracted a certain attention when it was banned for being highly provocative. The new documentary, Silent Tears, was funded by the Open Society Initiative for West Africa … Continue reading