Very little has been written or said about the female historical figures that fought for what they believed in and we have a good number of those, from Emotan to Idia of Benin Kingdom, Inikpi of the Igala land, Moremi and the very famous Fumilayo Kuti they have all thrived in the most difficult situations. Their stories are important and they should be immortalized with important films that mark a turning point in our cinemas.
Kunle talks passionately about his love for culture, which is evident in most of his work, particularly October 1st. The periodic film is a unique genre depicting Nigeria in 1960 era of independence. The film sheds light on the country’s previous and current tribal conflicts and questions Nigeria’s future as a united nation.
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76 is turning out to be the biggest film of Rita’s legendary career.
In this exclusive chat, Hilda reveals why she decided to take a break from acting. Enjoy it.
Open Africa speaks to Njoku about life, business and the secret to a good life.
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