“In Love and Ashes” is a narrative of hope in the face of disaster, a bitter-sweet tale that highlights the social, humanitarian and moral challenges that bedevil communities and their inhabitants that have experienced violent extremism in North Eastern Nigeria.
whilst 'Light will come' played, the hall does happen to erupt into heartily loud bouts of laughter many times over. Enough for us to conclude, most Nigerians will find this otherwise stale comedy entertaining enough for it not to be a complete waste of money. Just not enough to warrant heading to the cinemas specifically for its sake.
Romantic comedy “Light Will Come” poised to light up the box office in 2017
With the growth of indigenous TV content, we bring you five leading ladies who ruled Nigerian TV in 2016.
She made her Nollywood debut in the dance film ‘I’ll Take My Chances’ in 2011 and has since moved on to major roles in some of Nollywood’s biggest movies.
Ghoste Magazine‘s Girl Power Issue features Nollywood’s rising star Meg Otanwa who recently got her big break on Africa Magic’s new TV Series “Hush” where she plays Koko, RMD’s employee and love interest.
The premiere of the series “Hush” which stars RMD and Thelma Okoduwa, held on Friday, April 1, 2016 with Nollywood stars and celebrities in the entertainment industry in attendance
Segun Kadiri (Richard Mofe-Damijo) of Checkmate returns as Bem in Hush. Hush is a tale of desire, ambition and power.
The masked ball was put together to help raise donations for the Heart of Gold Hospice & Shelter For Abused Women & Children.