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Worst scripts tend to pay more – Ini Edo

Popular Nollywood diva, Ini Edo used to be a regular face on the screens and a delight to film lovers but lately the actress cum producer has rather taken a back seat from being a role interpreter and now focuses more on movie production. Meanwhile, in recent times, Nollywood heavyweights, Omotola Jalade Ekehinde and Jim Iyke have said that the reason they no longer grace the big screens as they used to, is because movie directors can no longer pay their worth.

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Mercy Aigbe at a glance

Mercy Aigbe is one of the gifted actresses in this part of the world. Her elegance and style have not only earned her mouth-watering deals that ran into millions of naira, but also, they have made her the favourite of producers of both Yoruba and English movies. Yet, the mother of one is largely considered as one of the most controversial actresses in the history of the Nigerian movie industry.

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What acting wicked roles in movies has done to me — Chinwetalu Agu

There was a time I thought that writers have not done enough justice to the screen plays. Information, education and entertainment are the three key elements one must apply in writing. Entertainment for instance, is lacking in most of our scripts, so the idea was to create  specific language slang, phrases, cliches, bylines and cash point to entertain people.

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Between Olubukola Bolarinde’s ‘Yellow Dot” and “Onidiri”

Content creation and talent management company, Yellow Dot Limited, was officially launched to the public amidst glitz and glamour over the weekend. Founded in 2013 by Olubukola Bolarinde, an architect and self-taught artist, with a keen eye for spotting talent, the company grew organically over the past five years, until it was formally incorporated on the 24th of April 2018.

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More laurels for Linda Ekwem

In the Nigerian medical practice, particularly in Obstetrics and Gynecology, the name of Dr. Linda Christianah Ekwem rings a bell. The deputy chief medical director of popular Port Harcourt health facility, Ebony Hospitals Ltd, has done a lot in the area of women health and this has earned her numerous honours and awards. Not done with the accolades at home, Linda Ekwem also caught the attention of the prestigious Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynecologists of United Kingdom and Ireland, RCOG, who recently recognised her work in all stages of pregnancy, from pre-conception to post-pregnancy and bestowed her its honours.

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Peace Hyde covers Media Guide Magazine

The November edition for mediaguide.ng features the inspirational story of Peace Hyde, Forbes Africa’s Head of Digital Media and Partnerships and Correspondent. With the latest issue titled “The Untold Stories Behind The Media Spotlight,” the publication looks beyond the greatness and delves into the success story of the Award winning Journalist and Media Personality who is also the founder of education non profit, Aim Higher Africa.

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