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GOV.AMBODE HARPS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY

Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode says the State Government will continue to accord the creative industry priority attention. He made this known at the launch of OPA MOSE at Oregun on Friday. Gov. Ambode, who was the special guest of honour at the launch of Movie, OPA MOSE; Graduation of students from the Theatre Academy,25years on stage and Birthday celebration by Mr …

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LASG TRAINS YOUTHS IN MOTION PICTURE PRODUCTION

As part of its commitment to reduce poverty amongst the youth in the State, the Lagos State Government in partnership with Nigeria Film Corporation(NFC) has commenced a special training programme on motion picture production for over 200 youths in the State. The training programme, which has participants drawn from all the Local Government and Local Council Development Areas in the …

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LSFVCB INSPECTS CINEMAS

The management of the Lagos State Film and Video Censors Board(LSFCB) on Monday went on inspection of cinemas as part of its over sight functions to enforce compliance with theregulations and guidelines governing the operations of cinemas in Lagos State. The Executive Secretary,Mr. Dele Balogun who led the management team of the Agency noted that part of the statutory responsibilities …

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Work Towards Nation’s Unity, Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode Urges Nigerians

…Advocates Support For Buhari’s Developmental Agenda Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Friday urged Nigerians to support the sincere efforts of President Muhammadu Buhari to develop the country on all fronts, just as he said that no meaningful development can take place without unity and cohesion. Governor Ambode, who spoke shortly after performing the laying of wreath ceremony as …

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Lagos Flags Off Construction of 114 Roads in 57 LGAs

…Mobilizes Contractors With 30 Percent Payment …Project to be Completed In Six Months The Lagos State Government on Tuesday announced the flagging off of 114 roads to be constructed in the 57 Local Government Areas (LGAs) and Local Council Development Areas (LCDAs) in the State, just as it assured that more roads will be accommodated in the next phase of …

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