Entertainment is a major contributor to the Nigerian economy – Sonnie Ayere
By Guardian TV
28 April 2016 | 3:32 pm
CEO of Dunn Loren Merrifield, Sonnie Ayere, at NEC 2015, talks to Guardian TV on the importance of having government representation in an entertainment industry that contributes over a trillion naira to the Nigerian economy.
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