Nollywood Summit examines noticeable Issues Affecting It

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TUESDAY, June 18, 2013 marked the beginning of a new dawn in the annals of the movie industry in Nigeria. It was a day that representatives of the Nigerian film industry set aside other activities to analyze issues affecting the movie industry at the National Theater, Iganmu Lagos.

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