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Cinema Culture

Cinema culture in Nigeria┬áThe Nigerian movie market has expanded beyond from the growing from mere sales of DVDs and movie shows that it used to be to movie premieres and cinema releases. Thanks to the appreciable growth in the cinematic culture of its people, according to Box Office statistics by the Cinema Exhibitors Association of…

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My Man And U

Mourinho’s verbal antics at Old Trafford has turned toxic. A 3-1 loss at Anfield was the last straw. Desperate, United put the battle for their very future in the hands of a bright-eyed, baby-faced Scandinavian and an emboldened band of youngsters up for the fight. “There have been ups and downs,” was Solskjaer’s assessment, with…

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Evolution Of Technology

From 1G to the more recent 5G network, the worldwide evolution in mobile technology is changing our lives in terms of the way we walk, work, eat and interact. Mobile devices are fast becoming ubiquitous and pervasive technologies ever invented. Currently, while the whole world is waiting to explore the best of 5G, the wireless…

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Is Tv Really Dead?

With so much happenings around the world, there is nothing worse than been home alone with no data, and nothing other than a box transmitting colorful images and sounds that defeat its purpose even after several tunes from the comfort of your couch – there is still no silver lining. Then this rhetorical questions pops…

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Good Old Nollywood

Nollywood, a self-grown film industry which has fast become the second-largest movie-making industry globally with over 2,500 movies produced annually. Surpassing Hollywood and second to Bollywood, The term “Nollywood” which is a reflection of the two world-famous film industries. Although the name ‘Nollywood’ still sparks controversy among stakeholders in Nigeria film industry till, this name…

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