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INSIDE NOLLYWOOD FORMALLY APPRISE THE NIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY, TRADE AND INVESTMENT

Yesterday, a team of Inside Nollywood Executives met with officials of the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment in Abuja. This meeting, marked by mutual respect and collaboration, served as a prelude to Inside Nollywood’s much-anticipated film festival scheduled for February.

Despite logistical hurdles leading to a modest delay on our end, the warmth with which the ministry officials embraced us was heartwarming. Their professional conduct and adeptness resonated with us, and set up the tone for an enriching exchange of ideas. It was an affirmation of the collaborative spirit inherent in the Nigerian film industry.

The occasion served as a platform for Inside Nollywood to formally apprise the ministry of the impending film festival, a celebration poised to spotlight the vibrancy and creativity pulsating within Nollywood. The officials, steeped in their expertise, received our plans with open arms and expressed their appreciation for the strides made by Inside Nollywood in advancing the entertainment Industry.

What stood out amidst the exchange was the unwavering professionalism displayed by the ministry officials. Despite our delay, their graciousness and understanding paved the way for a constructive dialogue, emphasizing the mutual commitment to uplifting Nigeria’s film industry.

It is noteworthy to commend the ministry’s proactive approach in recognizing the impact of Nollywood on the country’s economy. Their support and encouragement of initiatives such as the upcoming film festival underscore their commitment to nurturing the industry’s growth and sustainability.

The dialogue afforded us the opportunity of strategising on the best templates to use in ensuring our platforms and the Festival is used to promote the locally made goods. This will in turn spike sales and increase production that the Nigerian economy desperately craves for.

Moreover, their receptiveness to our presentations and eagerness to offer guidance and support showcased a collaborative spirit, one that transcended bureaucratic formalities. This interaction was more than a mere meeting; it symbolized a convergence of passion, dedication, and a shared aspiration for the growth of Nollywood.

Beyond the festival, the seeds sown during this encounter hold the promise of future partnerships, policy frameworks, and infrastructural support, essential for the continued evolution of Nigeria’s film industry.

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