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Former Beauty Queen And Star Actress, Regina Askia Turns Healthcare Activist + Pictures.

Actually, one of my favorite Nigerian Actresses, Regina Askia has completely left the movie scene or is she?

After her marriage to American Rudolph ‘Rudy’ Williams which came forth with beautiful children, Teesa and Rudolph junior, together with the healthcare and education activist’s daughter, Stephanie, she left Nollywood to focus on her career as a registered Nurse and Mum. 97 more words


I don’t think I’ll ever totally understand Nigerians and their need to speak English in their movies… Really, it’s not by force.

I was just on my own o, generally getting ready for work but stopping at intervals to browse through the DSTV channels and the catch-up… It’s reflex! 118 more words

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Costumes and Character Portrayal in Nigerian Home Video: A Study of Select Nigerian Movies

Author: Okafor Anulika Kosy
Department: Theatre Arts
Affiliation: Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka

Clothes (costumes) are never a frivolity; they always mean something. And so every costume contains a particular form of narrative that explains and determines its uses and control on the body of the actors and actresses. 247 more words

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My husband moved out, abandoned our kids – Actress Mide Martins laments

Yoruba actress, Mide Martins, has cleared the air over her marital crisis which was exposed on social media early last week.The mother of two celebrated her birthday on April 12, while her husband, actor Afeez Abiodun, popularly known as Afeez Owo, celebrated his the following day, April 13. 230 more words

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Watch Pastor Mercy Johnson - Latest Nigerian Nollywood Movie

A pastor’s faith (Mike Ezuruonye) was put to test when his pastor wife (Mercy Johnson) was raped by an armed robber and she later became pregnant. 56 more words

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Movie Review: Growing Old

This 12-episode series was produced by C&C Screen Productions and written by Chris Eneaji, Blessing Patrice Alom, Jide Okeke, Andrew Elabor, and Crey Ahanonu.

This show features some Nollywood faves like Ebele Okaru, Jibola Dabo, Joseph Benjamin, Kalu Ikeagwu, and Ken Erics. 147 more words


Welcome to the Movies

Welcome to this new category! I figured that since I watch so many Nigerian movies (on irokoTV), I might as well review them for you all on here. 19 more words