The family of Nwanugha Nweke Announces The Burial of Rechael Nwanugha Nweke

We the family of Late Michael Nwanugha Nweke of Umumba Family, Umunkwe Ulakwo 1 Etche Rivers State announce the passed away of their beloved mother , wife , Grandmother, Great-Grandmother

LATE MAMA RECHAEL MGBEKE NWAONUGHA (A.K.A NWANYI- EGWI)
WHO DIED AFTER A PROTRACTED ILLNESS .
AGED 117YRS 1905-2022
BURIAL ARRANGEMENT
FRIDAY 27TH OCTOBER , 2023

The family of Nwanugha Nweke Announces The Burial of Rechael  Nwanugha Nweke
The family of Nwanugha Nweke Announces The Burial of Rechael Nwanugha Nweke

WAKEKEEPING AT HER HUSBANDS COMPOUND NWANUGHA NWEKES FAMILY UMUNKWE ULAKWO 1
DATE: SATURDAY 28TH OCTOBER , 2023
TIME: 10AM – BODY LEAVES STELLAMARIS MORTUARY IGBODOETCHE, TO HER HUSBANDS COMPOUND – NWANUGHAS FAMILY UMUBKKWE ULAKWO 1 AND RECEIVED BY ABOSO APOSTOLIC CHURCH UMUNKWE FOR FUNERAL SERVICES
12 Noon: INTERMENT FOLLOWS IMMEDIATELY

SIGNED MR. ONYENMA NWEKE ( CHIEF MOURNER FOR THE FAMILY )
MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE AMEN.

Media publisher Name: Onyeigbo

Godwin Obaseki: Nollywood Films Can Make More Money for Nigeria than Oil

Godwin Obaseki: Nollywood Films Can Make More Money for Nigeria than Oil – 9ja2nice news reports Godwin Obaseki: Nollywood Films Can Make More Money for Nigeria than Oil on the latest news trend.

Obaseki says the government must support creators and nurture the film industry to become more profitable.

The governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, is confident the Nollywood film industry can become a cash cow for Nigeria if stakeholders play their cards right and maximise obvious opportunities.

He told filmmakers at a mixer in Lagos State on Sunday, October 15, 2023 that the creative industry is the perfect vehicle for Nigeria’s goals of diversifying the economy.

The governor noted that Nigeria is the dominant market on a continent whose share in the entertainment industry is rapidly growing globally. He said organising the industry properly would ensure great benefits for potentially many creators who can export content better than is already happening.

“If we go at this rate, with what is happening in the fossil fuel and hydrocarbon industry, the returns from film will be bigger than oil. Where does that money go to? Not to a few big companies but to hundreds and millions of participants in the industry,” the 66-year-old told journalists.

Obaseki said the government has an important role to play, by supporting creators and nurturing the industry to become more profitable.

Sunday’s mixer was organised ahead of the second edition of the Edo State International Film Festival (ESIFF) which will take place in Benin City between November 30 and December 2. Over 3,000 films were submitted from 126 countries, with the most entries coming from Nigeria, Iran, India, the United States and Brazil.

The governor said the festival and a planned film village in the capital city show the state’s eagerness to compete in the film space. He invited stakeholders to see Edo as a hub for their productions, promising an abundance of local talent and infrastructure.

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