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Remembering The “Village Headmaster” at 50

By Guardian Exclusive
11 November 2019   |   2:04 pm
It was a ‘reunion’ time for surviving cast and crew members of The Village Headmaster, a rested television drama series, as Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) on October 28 and 29 celebrated them at the Terra Kulture and at the Freedom Park, both in Lagos, to mark 50 years of the programme’s creation.

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