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IK Ogbonna and I share same mental disorder, says Colombian fiancee

Many people thought Nollywood actor, IK Ogbonna and his Colombian fiancee were crazy when the duo hooked up off a couple of romantic exchanges over the Instagram. With barely anything to hold on to, the Colombian Sonia Lareinaa left her family and country to come to Nigeria to settle with her hunk here. With open hands IK welcomed her. It is stuff made of crazy love.

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’50 Naira Story Initiative’ set a new record for Nollywood

Several years after the likes of Chico Ejiro, Fidelis Duker, Charles Novia and Fred Amata premiered four movies, “Caught In The Middle”, “100 Days In The Jungle’, “Senseless” and “Letter To A Stranger’, on the same day under the aegis of their outfit, “Project Nollywood”, the same record has been set again. But this time by “50 Naira Story Initiative” owned by Yinka Oduniyi.

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Yvonne Nelson leads Ghanaian celebrities on protest vigil tonight

Leggy actress, Yvonne Nelson and hip hop artiste, Sarkodie are leading an army of Ghanaian celebrities on a controversial procession this evening under the aegis of ‘#DumsorMustStop vigil’ to protest power outage in that country. The celebrity vigil, which holds at Tettey Quashie Interchange, according to the organizers, will have who-is-who in the country’s entertainment industry as participants.

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Nollywood stars are stereotyped

US-based Nigerian actress cum producer, Bridget John recently took a swipe at the Nigerian movie industry, declaring that most of our stars are ‘monotonous’ in their acting skills. Bridget who was in the country last December for a private screening of her award winning film, “Adora”, also frowned at the quality of Nollywood films, blaming the shortcoming on the practitioners whom she said, rarely appreciate the importance of regular training as film makers.

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Fela still alive but Femi is king

On getting to the new Afrikan Shrine situated at Agidingbi, Ikeja, some smell hits you. Smoke from weeds, cigarettes and the smell of alcohol mix freely with the oxygen in the atmosphere. As if to re-assure the fainthearted, the presence of a police van and gun-wielding cops instills a measure of confidence. It is time for the weekly Sunday jump and this reporter is on hand to witness Fela’s son, Femi Anikulapo-Kuti’s first performance since his return from the International Jazz Day which took place in France.

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