“The biggest challenge was negotiating the diplomatic nightmare, potholes, even land-mines — taking over 100 people every day and passing them through security to go air-side with technical equipment . . .”
2. 21 years Later, What has Nollywood Done? Nollywood’s Achievements Applauded.
This is a very good and comprehensively written article. A must read for seriously minded AML legal practitioners, film entrepreneurs and Nollywood industry professionals.
3. Nollywood Actress in Divorce Mess
Fellas, a smart woman will go to the ends of the earth for you so long as she knows you love her and you hold your end of the bargain, even make a fool of herself sef. If she loses your love, but believes it was real, she will do whatever it takes to get you back. If it turns out you are a jerk afterall and you never loved her in the first place or can but refuse to meet your end of the bargain, you’d be surprised how quick she snaps out of it and does move on.
There is nothing more to it. You got love, you are a blessed person. In this instance it is a case of primarily domestic violence, and alcohol abuse all resulting in a showdown in Nigeria’s family court. Ladies, abuse of any form is NOT love. GET OUT, NOW.
“Reading his charge at the Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday in Lagos, the prosecutor said, “that you, Uchenna Mbunabo, sometimes in January, 2012, at Victoria Garden City, Ajah, in the Lagos Magisterial District, did with intent to defraud, unlawfully obtain the cash sum of one million seven hundred thousand Naira (N1,700,000) from one Maryjane Okoye, under the pretence that you will produce her movie, a presentation you knew to be false.”
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