How Piracy Stopped Me From Releasing Movie I Shot in 2014 – Tunde Kelani

[Premium Times] Celebrated Nigerian cinematographer and chairman of the National Film and Video Censors Board, Tunde Kelani, has said he has been unable to release a movie he shot in 2014 due to the fear of piracy.

[Premium Times] Celebrated Nigerian cinematographer and chairman of the National Film and Video Censors Board, Tunde Kelani, has said he has been unable to release a movie he shot in 2014 due to the fear of piracy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why Kenyans Wanted This Lady Appointed to Nacada

[Nairobi News] A Kenyan on Twitter has questioned why Wanja Mwaura, who made headlines for helping a childhood friend get out of the streets and beat drug addiction, missed out on top state job.

[Nairobi News] A Kenyan on Twitter has questioned why Wanja Mwaura, who made headlines for helping a childhood friend get out of the streets and beat drug addiction, missed out on top state job.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ruling Party Coalition On the Brink of Collapse?

[Deutsche Welle] Less than a year from the next federal election, cracks are beginning to show in the ruling APC party. What does this mean for President Buhari’s re-election prospects and the future of the young party?

[Deutsche Welle] Less than a year from the next federal election, cracks are beginning to show in the ruling APC party. What does this mean for President Buhari's re-election prospects and the future of the young party?

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Clash Between Police, Taneneh Villagers Several Arrests Made

[Foroyaa] Incidents of severe clashes took place between the villagers of Taneneh and Police Intervention Unit (PIU) personnel, over the refusal of some people villagers to bury their dead in their cemetery. The clash was so severe that tear gas had to…

[Foroyaa] Incidents of severe clashes took place between the villagers of Taneneh and Police Intervention Unit (PIU) personnel, over the refusal of some people villagers to bury their dead in their cemetery. The clash was so severe that tear gas had to be used to subdue the angry villagers and fortunately, no one was hurt. According to reports, a young villager who belongs to the Christian faith, died and was to be buried in the Christian cemetery; that some people refuse family members of the deceased to bury their

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia