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Nigerian Entertainment Conference (NEC) 2022

By Guardian Exclusive
11 May 2022   |   12:06 pm
The Nigerian Entertainment Conference recently took place in Lagos, at the Landmark Centre. It was filled with amazing sessions that centred on African content creators and entertainers. GuardianTV’s Sunny Jacob was at the venue of this year’s star-studded NEC and filed this report.

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