Emma Eyaba, Nollywood actor, producer and Chairman Directors Guild of Nigeria Abuja chapter, has declared his intention to run for election to the Federal House of Representatives.
The same day, two other MTF Academies will take off in Zambia and Kenya. Each of the regional academies will admit 20 young men and women with a desire to make careers in film and television and become entrepreneurs.
Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke, was on Monday arrested at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos for allegedly slapping a worker of Dana Air, The PUNCH is reporting.
The Nigeria Television Authority-Startimes TV Network says it is partnering with Nollywood for the exclusive broadcast of the 2018 “Queen of Nollywood” Reality TV Show.
The superstars, along with former Super Eagles Coach, Samson Siasia, made the pledge after watching a novelty football match at the Abuja National Stadium
Organizers of BON Awards are dangling the whopping sum of N200,000 at school pupils.
Nollywood actress and producer, Stephanie Okereke-Linus, has announced the return of her reality TV show ‘Make Me Fabulous’ for the second season on August 12.
She spoke at the second edition of the “Dialoghi a Spoleto” and Carla Fendi Foundation event in Italy.
The trio, referred to as the ‘Chop life gang’, were accompanied by Tobi Bakre, BBNaija S3 finalist, Swanky Jerry, celebrity stylist and actress Daniella Okere and Movie producer, Eniola Badmus and others.
The actress, 32, who lives at No.7, Oladelola Street, Ketu area of Lagos, is standing trial on a three-count charge bordering on burglary and stealing to which she pleaded not guilty.
Elesho told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that funding was the only thing that could boost production and enhance the growth of the sector.
The movie, produced by Bigsam Media Production, features top Nollywood stars Mercy Johnson, Sola Sobowale, Toyin Aimakun and Baray Ncnwizu.
News Agency of Nigeria reports that veteran Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde and longtime filmmaker, Femi Odugbemi, made the list alongside Nigerian-British actress, Wunmi Mosaku and producer, Ngozi Onwurah.
The Academy, popularly known as the Oscars, made visibly improved racial and gender considerations in the 2018 list, according to.