There’s a fake movie industry in Nigeria - Yemi Solade

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Sisi

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But overall, to me he stated a fact that is so true...when you are watching the movies as a foriegner and it is called 'Nigerian' movie, you only get to see the igbo tribe and culture and not all other tribes in Nigeria...and that is misleading...

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samira, thanks so much for this truth. you know, i have since vowed to stay off this topic henceforth. but then, here you are with such a superb candid opinion!grinning:
 

grafikdon

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Dey dia!!!sweat: sweat: I'm a multi-lingual chick mehnnnnn!!!!
sweat: sweat: Oh boy! Hausa abata Awka! Of course speaking Twi and English means you're multi-lingual... so what do you call folks like me who speak Efik, Wolof, Bantu, Igbo, English, Bobo, French, Chiwara, Arabic, Bambara, Fong, Dogon and Yoruba?
 

KikisMuffin

I no get ya time!!
sweat: sweat: Oh boy! Hausa abata Awka! Of course speaking Twi and English means you're multi-lingual... so what do you call folks like me who speak Efik, Wolof, Bantu, Igbo, English, Bobo, French, Chiwara, Arabic, Bambara, Fong, Dogon and Yoruba?
Good for you...add Pidgeon Igbo, Pidgeon french, Latin, Swahili, Wolof and Bambara to my own list
 

grafikdon

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Ok, you wan try me...try this for size

Braccae tuae aperiuntur

:653: I na cho m nsogbu tata!!!
smokin: Uneghe nyong!

Okon eyo, Usen Kris...(This will give ya a hint so i will hide it)
Abasi abana, ke fe ufene ke... make I stop, don't mess with me o, I was born and raised in Ikot Ekpene!
 
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