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    Nigerian lawyers sue China for $200bn over adverse effect of COVID-19

    Nigerian lawyers sue China for $200bn over adverse effect of COVID-19

    A coalition of Nigerian legal experts has filed a class action suit against the Peoples Republic of China over the…
    Nigerian president’s chief of staff Abba Kyari dies of coronavirus

    Nigerian president’s chief of staff Abba Kyari dies of coronavirus

    The Nigerian president’s chief of staff, Abba Kyari, has died after contracting coronavirus. A statement from President Muhammadu Buhari’s office…
    Africans In The Nigerian Region Burnt Down Chinese Factory Over Unfair Wages? (VIDEO)

    Africans In The Nigerian Region Burnt Down Chinese Factory Over Unfair Wages? (VIDEO)

    Workers from the warehouse in flames rioted due to poor treatment and unpaid wages.  The workers also complained that the…
    First photos from Sandra Ikeji wedding as she makes history with 250 bridesmaids

    First photos from Sandra Ikeji wedding as she makes history with 250 bridesmaids

    Today, Saturday January 11, Linda Ikeji’s sister, Sandra who is into event planning and management is wedding her sweetheart. Sandra…
    Nine killed, 26 injured in bomb blast on Nigeria-Cameroon border

    Nine killed, 26 injured in bomb blast on Nigeria-Cameroon border

    A bomb ripped through a crowded market on a bridge along Nigeria’s border with Cameroon on Monday, killing nine people…
    American rapper Cardi B filing for Nigerian citizenship???

    American rapper Cardi B filing for Nigerian citizenship???

    American rapper Cardi B says she is filing for Nigerian citizenship citing the increasingly dangerous nature of being an American…
    Nigeria studying ECO move by Francophone West Africa

    Nigeria studying ECO move by Francophone West Africa

    Nigeria says it is studying the currency changes ringing through the West African region and that it will respond in…
    Gunshots at protest demanding release of Nigeria’s #RevolutionNow leader Yele Sowore

    Gunshots at protest demanding release of Nigeria’s #RevolutionNow leader Yele Sowore

    Nigerian operatives fired live bullets to disperse protesters demanding the release of a journalist turned politician at a sit-in in…
    Nigerian teens make sci-fi films with smartphones

    Nigerian teens make sci-fi films with smartphones

    Africa News: Using a smartphone and a tripod made from a broken microphone stand, they start. A blower generates air and buffets the actor who, in the film, will be flying through the air. These days, sci-fi films are made using sophisticated software. The films created by these boys use every day, recycled items and their works have catapulted them into social media darlings. “Well the main aim was not for our stuff to go viral, we just wanted people to see that okay there are kids in Kaduna doing something different, so that was just the main aim. So it all of a sudden just happening, it blew our mind and it made us happy,” says Godwin Josiah, 19. The Critics as the crew of 8 call themselves made their first film “Redemption” in 2016. They saved for a month to buy the green fabric for the chroma key and taught themselves how to do visual effects by watching tutorials on Youtube. Battling slow internet and power cuts, they created a tale about two boys who create an organic bio-fuel. Nigeria’s multimillion-dollar sector, Nollywood, is ranked second largest in the world after  Bollywood by quantity of films produced. The student filmmakers have found a niche in sci-fi. “One of the targets we aim for in the years to come is to make the biggest film in Nigeria and probably beyond,” he says. “We want to do something crazy, we want to do something great, something that has not been done before, and from what has been going on now, we believe quite well that it is going to happen soon enough.”
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