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Nigerian artists speak on how to grow the entertainment industry

By CNBC
07 September 2018   |   10:23 am
Nigeria needs to treat its movie industry like same way it treats its oil. This is according to Desmond Elliot, a Nigerian actor and member of the Lagos State House of Assembly. CNBC Africa’s Deborah Movoria caught up with him alongside musician, Dare Art Alade in Lagos.

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