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The Nigerian Movie industry is increasing from strength to strength

Source: nigeriafilms.com

The Nigerian Movie industry is increasing from strength to strength. Last year alone they had a turnover of over 4 Billion Naira. Presently it is rated the 6th best in the world of movies. Congratulations to the movers and promoters of the Nigerian Movies.

The news that Clem Ohameze died in a motor accident came as a shock to the lovers of Nigerian movies. But we assure you that it is all rumors. Clem is hake & healthy and will even come out in a new movie soon.

Enugu State Government is planning to turn the coal city state into Hollywood of Nigeria. The Governor has mapped out an area to build a film village. The arcitecial master peace is already in place. Good news for the Nigeria movie industry, they will now have a permanent location they now call their own.

Born Again Kenneth Okonkwo of Leaving in bondage fame is back to the movies industry. He left the scene after getting married to a Bishop's daughter. But the news is that they are separated and he immediately went back to doing what he knows best. Oga Ken, please, Don't take French leave again O!

Osuofia in London has remained the highest sold comedy made by any Nigeria film maker. The actor Nkem Owoh was so natural that people cannot stop but watching Osuofia at the time they want to laugh or be happy. This is not to say that Aki, Pow Pow and others are not in the contention all over Europe.

Their films sell hot cake. The Ghanaian community in Holland calls them "small Boys". But we know that the 2 RATS will be angry when they hear this.
Mr. & Mrs. Ikebueze, born in Bende. Attended primary school Central school Benda & St. Patrick's college. Read Mass communication at IMT Enugu. Born when others were born.

Osita Iheme is from Mbaitolu LGA Imo. Attended college primary school Aba and National Secondary school Aba.