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Ultimate Communications the production company releasing the blockbuster romcom, Wetin Women Want (WWW), has announced a 25k cash reward at fans ahead of the movie premiere.

According to a statement by Abiodun Jimoh, the writer and director of the movie, fans are asked to make a 60seconds video stating what in their opinion women want from men in relationships.

“We want ladies to make one minute video telling us what they want from men, in their relationships and marriages.

“The men too are not left out; we want them to also make a minute video detailing what they feel women want from men. The person with the most convincing explanation gets a N25K cash prize and will also be invited to the premiere of the ‘Wetin Women Want’.”

Speaking further, Jimoh said; “The movie will be hitting cinema February 9. We enjoin everyone to go see WWW. It is going to be a fantastic cinema experience this valentine.”

WWW parades an array of big screen delights like Daniel k. Daniel, Katherine Obiang, Oge Okoye, Mercy Aigbe, Adaora Ukwo, Anthony Monjaro, Jumoke Odetola and a plethora of other talents.

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‘Please Help Me, Don’t Let Me Die Like This’ —– Baba Suwe Cries Out

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Babatunde Omidina, a veteran Nollywood actor popularly known as Baba Suwe, says he needs the help of his fans with raising funds for medical treatment abroad.

In a radio interview with Kola Olootu on Lagelu FM, the actor said he had not received his N25 million compensation from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).

In 2011, the actor was arrested by NDLEA at Murtala Mohammed International Airport over the suspicion that he was trafficking drugs.

He was detained for three weeks and was granted bail after no drugs were found on him.

“I slumped when I travelled and was admitted for about three weeks. They asked me if I was trafficking cocaine and I said no. I was examined and they didn’t see anything,” he said.

“After that, I requested to return to Nigeria. After returning to Nigeria, I tried to walk on my own but I was staggering; that’s how I started using the walking stick. When I returned to America, they said I needed to do surgery and that it would cost a lot.

“When I approached people, they said they didn’t have money so I couldn’t raise as much money as I needed. I need help from my fans so that I can take care of myself.”

Although the court had ordered NDLEA to pay a compensation of N25 million to the actor, he said he has not received it.

“After all this, I haven’t received the N25 million compensation. Please don’t let me die this way. I can’t lie, see how I am looking,” he said.

In reaction to the interview, the leadership of Theatre Arts and Motions Pictures Association of Nigeria (TAMPAN) denied abandoning Baba Suwe.

Bolaji Amusan, TAMPAN president populary known as Mr Latin, told journalists that he has instructed the Lagos state arm of the association to check on him.

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I Don’t Belong To Any Political Party — Davido Reveals Prefered Presidential, Governorship Candidates

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Ahead of 2019 general elections, singer, David Adeleke, aka, Davido, has refuted reports of his allegiance to Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Davido, who has been vocal concerning the politics in Nigeria recently, said he was not a “party man” as opposed to speculations in a section of the media.

The ‘Fall’ crooner further listed candidates he would support during the upcoming elections.

For presidential, Davido disclosed he would support Atiku Abubakar for president.

His tweeted on Sunday: “I am not a party man, I supported my Blood Uncle under (PDP) I am supporting Banky W under House of Representatives (MDP), Mr Jollof House of rep (AAC) Dapo Abiodun Governorship candidate (APC).

“Also supporting Shinna Peller Oyo for House of Representatives (APC) and Atiku Abubakar Presidential (PDP)”

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How We’ll Turn Around Entertainment Industry, By Sanwo-Olu

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate in Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has said his administration would be investing “heavily” in creative industry to give talented young people an opportunity to realize their potential. Entertainment and tourism industry, Sanwo-Olu said, is one of key areas his government would focus on for job creation and economic growth.

The APC candidate said he would deploy innovation and modern technology to unlock the potential of entertainment and tourism, adding an investment in creative industry would have direct impact on the economy and discourage restiveness among the youth.

Sanwo-Olu spoke when he hosted the 2018 housemates of Big Brother Naija paid him a courtesy visit in his campaign office in Ikoyi. Big Brother Naija, aired by Africa Magic, is one of the most watched television reality shows in Nigeria and Africa.

The APC candidate said his government would build entertainment hubs across the state where young people can hone their skills and promote their talents. Sanwo-Olu also pointed out that his administration would introduce a funding opportunity that would mitigate the risk and marketing challenges for innovative solutions generated by tech start-ups, stressing that young people would be engaged to drive the tourism programmes of his administration.

He said: “We have started a conversation with experienced practitioners in entertainment industry, with an objective to jointly come up with a general entertainment hub where talented young people can hone their skills in theatre, music, dancing and acting. We are looking at how the private sector can partner with us to build an entertainment destination where every Lagosian would be proud of.

“We are doing this to help the practitioners improve their creativity in film production, acting and entertainment generally. We hope this investment and effort would give our young people a new lease of life in terms of upgrading their skill and turning their skills to something valuable.”

The governorship candidate advised young people to embrace hard work and prepare themselves for opportunities that will help them realize their dreams.

He said: “Young people need to have the audacity to pursue your dreams, but they must have something that is driving them towards reaching their goals. What the government can do is to provide an enabling environment for their skills to thrive. This is what we are setting out to do if elected.”

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