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African Cinema: ‘Still Standing’ Movie Starring Jackie Appiah & Bobby Obodo to Premiere in Nigerian Cinemas February 2015

Genmemoir Productions is set to release ‘Still Standing’ in cinemas in Nigeria nationwide early 2015. ‘Still Standing’ is an emotional drama starring A-list actress Jackie Appiah, and rising star Bobby Obodo and was shot entirely in the United States of America. The movie is a story about the joys and pains of a striving young…

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Photos: Nollywood Actress Monalisa Chinda Inspires Women at the Pearl Awards

On Friday 12th December 2014, TV star Monalisa Chinda enlightened women at the annual Pearls International Conference held at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja Nigeria. Themed Pressure Makes Diamonds, the conference which aimed at restoring hope and dignity was targeted primarily at women. The multi-gifted actress and guest speaker Monalisa Chinda held participants fascinated as…

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Rita Dominic, Mildred Okwo, Ivie Okujaye Nominated for the 2015 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards are…

The Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards(AMVCA) was created to celebrate the contribution of African filmmakers, actors and technicians in making Africa’s film industry successful. The 2015 edition marks its third year and last week, the organizers released the nominees for the upcoming 2015 glitzy event that is streamed across 50 African countries. See full list…

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And the Nominees for the 2015 Golden Globes Awards are… FULL LIST & Video

The nominations for the 72nd Golden Globe Awards were announced last week December 11th,2014 at the Beverly Hilton hotel. Great news for Nigeria’s David Oyelowo who was nominated for Best Actor in the Drama category for his work in Selma. During the traditional pre-dawn ceremony in Beverly Hills, HFPA president Theo Kingma introduced Kate Beckinsale, two-time…

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African Women Entrepreneurs: Liberia’s Adenah Bayoh’s Quest to Become the Youngest IHOP Franchisee

Adenah Bayoh after escaping a Civil War in Liberia, relocated to America and subsequently purchased and grew a multi-million dollar business becoming the top employer in her community. She was the youngest person to become a franchisee at IHOP. Watch and listen to her story at Our World Black Enterprise hosted by Ladybrille Man alum…

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