IPOB sit-at-home continues till October 1st, as they plan to remove The Nigerian Flag all over the East.

In honor of Nigeria’s independence day, the Indigenous People of Biafra, or IPOB, has declared October 1, 2021, as a sit-at-home protest. Starting on the eve of Biafra’s independence day, all Nigerian flags flying in Biafra land must be pulled down; banks are excluded.

“The chairman of the IPOB will speak directly to banks and explain why the flag must be brought down peacefully.
Otherwise, we do things on our own time and in our own way.” IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu has been detained by the Department of Security Services since his arrest in Kenya and deportation to Nigeria in the third week of June, we keep protesting till Nnmadi kanu is released and our demands are met.

Famous Nollywood Actress, Finding it hard to bounce back into the Movie Industry since she left in 2018.

Legendary Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji has alleviated the anxieties of fans following what has been thought to be a lingering creative scarcity.

The ‘Lionheart’ filmmaker recently answered to a fan’s request for a new film feature with the promise that she’s currently working hard to return to the screens. While the actress offered no specifics of a new production or plans for any, she tweeted: “Aww bless.

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Working hard to remove the drought all together. Bare with me.” Despite talks about fresh film projects, Nnaji has so far not starred in any production since her 2018 praised directorial debut ‘Lionheart’ and British actor Adewale Akinnuoye-‘Farming’ Agbaje’s was released in the same year.

Recall that Nnaji’s ‘Lionheart’ achieved a number of record breaking achievements including being Nigeria’s first Netflix original feature film and Nigeria’s first Oscar submission.

Though unsubstantiated, rumors indicate ‘Lionheart’ remains the most costly Netflix Nollywood acquisition until date.

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Famous Nollywood Actress, Finding it hard to bounce back into the Movie Industry since she left in 2018.

Legendary Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji has alleviated the anxieties of fans following what has been thought to be a lingering creative scarcity.

The ‘Lionheart’ filmmaker recently answered to a fan’s request for a new film feature with the promise that she’s currently working hard to return to the screens. While the actress offered no specifics of a new production or plans for any, she tweeted: “Aww bless.

genevieve

Working hard to remove the drought all together. Bare with me.” Despite talks about fresh film projects, Nnaji has so far not starred in any production since her 2018 praised directorial debut ‘Lionheart’ and British actor Adewale Akinnuoye-‘Farming’ Agbaje’s was released in the same year.

Recall that Nnaji’s ‘Lionheart’ achieved a number of record breaking achievements including being Nigeria’s first Netflix original feature film and Nigeria’s first Oscar submission.

Though unsubstantiated, rumors indicate ‘Lionheart’ remains the most costly Netflix Nollywood acquisition until date.

IPOB sit-at-home continues till October 1st, as they plan to remove The Nigerian Flag all over the East.

In honor of Nigeria’s independence day, the Indigenous People of Biafra, or IPOB, has declared October 1, 2021, as a sit-at-home protest. Starting on the eve of Biafra’s independence day, all Nigerian flags flying in Biafra land must be pulled down; banks are excluded.

“The chairman of the IPOB will speak directly to banks and explain why the flag must be brought down peacefully.
Otherwise, we do things on our own time and in our own way.” IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu has been detained by the Department of Security Services since his arrest in Kenya and deportation to Nigeria in the third week of June, we keep protesting till Nnmadi kanu is released and our demands are met.