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#1 » by Emmiasky (β122) » December 2nd, 2019, 4:45 pm
The phrase “I don’t do Nollywood” is a very popular statement amidst the younger generation in Nigeria today or is it not?
What’s more?
It seems justified because movies made in the industry leaves you wondering at the qualification of the casts and if they are actually qualified to be involved in production in the first place.

However, nowadays, it seems they are aware of the ‘complaints’ of the masses, (Younger masses) and Nollywood has really stepped up a notch.
New productions has really stepped up and the change in the messages passed also have evolved

Movies like Lionheart, directed by Genevieve Nnaji, King of Boys, co-produced by Kemi Adetiba, Make A Move, Forgetting June, House of Gold, Alter Ego etc. are part of those that would keep a literary critic’s mind positive and willing to contribute to the space.

This change or improvement however this is not to bring fans into the Nollywood sphere although it might be doing so, it is not actually the opposite too, but it might turn out to be.

There is no need for any special advert to publicise corruption in the nation filled with diverse tongues and ideologies. This is a well-known fact even the day old baby should know it, the leaders and even those not leading are really living a corrupt life and this is a phenomenon that needs no introduction to the people in the nation.

We, as a developing country are still trying or pretending to – working with one hand at our backs towards curbing corruption country and do not need further assistance in aborting this process.
An abortion that some Nigerian movies are oblivious to the fact that they are actively involved in it.

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