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  • June 5, 2008 3: 35 AM heard about this ... wish i were a writer ... for now, i remain a reader. pyoo wata the nollywood critique

    Creative Writing Workshop with Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

  • Her voice is unique revealing the wide diversity of talents that exist in Nigeria. pyoo wata the nollywood critique

    I Love This Song!!!

  • But has any1 ever told u that u look like a certain nollywood actress i love so much

    THE GAME

  • I think there are a number of reasons why Nigerians are not reading, one the cost of books say compared to the average nollywood DVD/video; the availablity of books; and simply the "culture of reading" seems to be limited to three genres - how to get rich etc, religion and romance as in barbara cartland.

    Nigerian home videos,the erosion of reading and a deep malaise

  • RT @ambiemari: @UchennaIruka nollywood is like bollywood but its nigerian movies ...

    Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7

  • These actresses also talk too much about sexual harrasment as if it happens only in nollywood, and whether they can act in the nude or not.

    Thisday Online

  • I don't Know About Any Affair Between Funke Akindele And Femi - Oga Bello actor and one of nollywood top shot, Adebayo Salami popularly refer to as "Oga Bello" have stated that he is not aware of his son, Femi Adebayo having an affair

    WN.com - Articles related to West Africa Gas pipeline completed but

  • *impatiently tapping foot*...e be like say you work for nollywood with dis your 'to be continued'...

    My First Love

  • "zone_info": "huffpost. entertainment/blog; entertainment = 1; world = 1; nickname = lola-olley; entry_id = 171263; cinema = 1; dvd = 1; emeka-mba = 1; film = 1; independent-film = 1; nigeria = 1; nigerian-film-industry = 1; nollywood = 1; nollywood-foundation = 1; west-africa = 1",

    Lola Olley: Hollywood, Bollywood and now Nollywood

  • "I even analyze adverts like dettol 'if I don’t take care of them/him who will' so, who takes care of her?" my dear you are on a whole 'nutha level, but i hear you ... pyoo wata the nollywood critique laspapi

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  • "Finally, the UIS survey reveals another key element of the Nigerian success story: multilingualism. About 56% of Nollywood films are produced in Nigeria’s local languages, namely Yoruba (31%), Hausa (24%) and Igbo (1%). English remains a prominent language, accounting for 44%, which may contribute to Nigeria’s success in exporting its films."
    - Nollywood rivals Bollywood in film/video production, uis.unesco.org, 5 May 2009.

    June 1, 2009