Lai Mohammed, RMD, Adesua Etomi & more at “The Wedding Party” Premiere

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Who missed the star-studded premiere of “The Wedding Party” on Saturday, November 26th 2016.

In attendance were, members of the cast – RnB heavyweight Banky W, who made his acting debut in this movie, Adesua Etomi, Sola Sobowale, Richard Mofe-Damijo, Ali Baba, Ireti Doyle, Enyinna Nwigwe, AY Makun, EmmaOhMyGod, Saka, Kunle Idowu (Frank Donga), Ikechukwu, Beverly Naya, Somkele Idhalama, and more! Continue reading

Zack Orji, Matt Stern, Star in Awal Abdulfatai’s ‘Descent’

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Nigerian born Director/Producer Awal Abdulfatai bagged completed the ‘Descent’ movie in July 2016 and it has already received its first recognition award at the Special Movie Awards (SMA) in the Republic of Gambia.

The film ‘Descent’ is a Pan African production which featured stars from Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Angola and Liberia. It starred legendary actors like Zack Orji, Matt Stern, Palesa Madisakwane, JT Medupe, Tayo Faniran, Benedikt Sebastian and host of others. Continue reading

Red Carpet Pictures Of “Silvertown” Premieres in Lagos

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The star studded premiere of Nigerian Director, Chinedu Omorie‘s new movie – Silvertown took place recently at the Silverbird Galleria, Lagos. The event was attended by a good number of celebrities including stars in the movie. This glam event had in attendance Stephanie Linus and her husband Linus Idahosa, Seun Akindele, Anthony Monjaro, Tamara Eteimo, Kiki Omeili, Patrick (comedian of the federal Republic ), Princess Chineke, Francis Onwucheand more. Continue reading

Netflix in Nigeria: iRokoTV Boss Jason Njoku Reacts

With the news that on-demand Internet streaming media, Netflix is expanding to Africa, there were assertions that it would end the road for iROKOTv.
However, iROKO boss Jason Njoku has penned his opinion on his website. Read here:
So here’s me in Paris, cold as cold can be, working with my partners on 2016 plans when a bunch of internet folks starting writing the obituary for iROKO (again). Sigh. What reason this time? Netflix announced they had expanded to 130 countries. This wasn’t a surprise to anyone who actually lives in the streaming universe. The accelerated timing was. But hey, Netflix is here to eat the food from the bowls of my children.

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