Nigerian entertainment industry lacks structure – Isaac Gerald
Performing artiste, Isaac Gerald, spoke to Guardian TV at NEC 2016, and placed emphasis on the fact that there are a lot of challenges facing the Nigerian entertainment industry, most notably the need for structure.
One great thing that comes out of Nigeria is pure entertainment - Kaffy
Dance choreographer, Kaffy, spoke to Guardian TV at NEC 2016 about the Nigerian entertainment industry and its growing global appeal.
Entertainment is a major contributor to the Nigerian economy - Sonnie Ayere
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.
Digital growth promotes data collation for Nigerian artistes - Oye Akindeyinde
Tecno's GM Operations Mobile Apps, Oye Akindeyinde, talks to Guardian TV on how digital growth has helped artistes in terms of streamed online data.
Entertainment has allowed us to appreciate our culture - John Ugbe
John Ugbe, at NEC 2016, speaks to Guardian TV, among other things, on the growth of the Nigerian entertainment industry, the birth of a local language-speaking movie channel, and how local content has helped boost Nigeria's global image.
Entertainment can boost economic growth - Wana Udobang
On-Air Personality, Wana Udobang, at the Nigerian Entertainment Conference, speaks to Guardian TV on the link between the entertainment industry and economic development.