LABOUR ROOM RE­AL­ITY TV SHOW

23/30

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As part of the Fran­coGer­man Cul­tural Fund, the diplo­matic and cul­tural mis­sions of France and Ger­many in Nige­ria will be or­gan­is­ing two par­al­lel work­shops on film an­i­ma­tion in La­gos and

The mu­si­cal Wakaa is com­ing to Abuja, Septem­ber 23 to 30 at Re­gent Sec­ondary School Abuja. The com­mand per­for­mance will be on Oc­to­ber 2nd at Transcorp Hil­ton. Wakaa has re­ceived glow­ing re­views and prom­ises to be fun to watch.

Abuja. This fo­cus is in re­sponse to the boom in Nige­ria’s An­i­ma­tion sec­tor.

The Na­tional De­vel­op­ment Re­al­ity TV Show called ‘The Labour Room’ hits the air­waves on not less than 50 Lo­cal and In­ter­na­tional TV sta­tions, with a view­er­ship of not less 200 mil­lion peo­ple. Thirty-seven con­tes­tants se­lected from the 36 states of the fed­er­a­tion, in­clud­ing the FCT-Abuja will be housed in a

This ac­tion packed ad­ven­ture an­i­ma­tion movie fea­tures Olivia Munn, Justin Th­er­oux, Jackie Chan. It’s about six young nin­jas, Lloyd, Jay, Kai, Cole, Zane and Nya who are tasked with de­fend­ing their is­land home, called Nin­jago. By night, they’re gifted war­riors, us­ing their skills and awe­some fleet of ve­hi­cles man­sion in Abuja over a pe­riod of 60 days with mind bog­gling cash prize of N200 mil­lion to be won by the last 4 con­tes­tants. The money is to be used to cre­ate a lo­cal Seed con­tent com­pany that will em­power not less than 10,000 youths. to fight vil­lains and mon­sters. By day, they’re or­di­nary teens strug­gling against their great­est en­emy: high school.

VENUE: VENUE: IN­TER­NA­TIONAL CON­FER­ENCE CEN­TER, ABUJA GENESIS CINEMAS, CEN­TRAL AREA, ABUJA

VENUE: ABUJA RE­GENT SEC­ONDARY SCHOOL,

VENUE: LA­GOS/ABUJA

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