The exceptional artistic abilities, inventiveness, and creativity of Nigeria’s entertainment sector have been commended by President Bola Tinubu. Chief Ajuri Ngelale, Tinubu’s spokesperson, praised the industry’s important function as a venue for creative expression, soft power, and successful export in a statement. He recognized Funke Akindele specifically for her industry-advancing film, “A Tribe Called Judah,” which broke records.
Tinubu recognized the creative industry as a high-employment sector that offers jobs to gifted youths, and stressed its importance to his administration. He thanked Nigerians for their loyal support and patronage of local creative works. The President promised to create a favorable environment for the industry to flourish further.
“The creative industry is one of the high-employment sectors, providing jobs for our capable and talented youths. It is an industry that is important to my administration. I appreciate Nigerians for their steadfast support and patronage of indigenous creative works. We will create a suitable environment for the industry to prosper further,” Tinubu said.
The President hailed the creative industry’s essential role as a medium for artistic expression as well as a source of immense soft power and lucrative export. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>