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Stakeholders brainstorm on sustenance of Nollywood…

Life comes with various challenges and disappointments that leave a lot of people stressed up and craving for relaxation. Most people after the day’s hard work choose to relax and take their minds off the happenings of the day. One of the ways of such relaxation is mostly entertainment. In Nigeria, most people now relax by watching home video movies, thanks to Nollywood.

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‘Art development, basis for national growth’

DETERMINED to ensure that Nigerian art plays its crucial role as the basis for national growth, the African Artists’ Foundation is set to stage its second national art competition. According to the organizers, this year’s event with the theme: “Nigeria: The Future I see” sponsored by the Nigerian Breweries Plc, is geared towards providing scholarships and career opportunities for young and upcoming artists in line with the foundation’s vision.

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Ahead of Nigeria’s golden jubilee, Smithsonian Institute rolls out drum for celebration

HEAD of Nigeria’s celebration of her golden independence anniversary in October 1, 2010, United States of America based Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art, America’s only museum dedicated to the collection, conservation, study and exhibition of traditional and contemporary African art is spearheading the preparation for the celebration.

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Life after death…a review

The question of where spirits of the dead reside is usually a religious one which many Christians avoid to deliberate upon because such inquiries often times challenges or bring to doubt, the religious beliefs and sentiments of many people. While some people believe that man’s spirit belongs to the world of matter, many a Christian believers hold it strongly, that the spirit of the dead immediately returns to its supposedly heavenly father after vacating the human body.

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How Fayemi re-invented African mothers at Goethe

As a means of correcting monumental distortions and negative image being painted by the western press about African women, Dr. A. Olusegun Fayemi, a Nigerian born and American based documentary photographer, has decided to devote his energies to social documentary photography of the progressive and positive feminine activities in continental Africa and Africa in the diaspora.

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