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Nollywood: Funding Africa’s biggest BOX Office

By Guardian Exclusive
03 December 2017   |   5:00 am
In 2016 Nollywood’s combined box office topped N3.5 billion ( $11.5 million) with local movies generating 30% in sales. To some, that's insignificant but to Bank of Industry, that is outstanding.

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