Experience the artistic expressions of Nollywood culture

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Unification through appreciation: Some say exposure to Nigerian film culture will positively change perceptions about it. Photo: Supplied
Unification through appreciation: Some say exposure to Nigerian film culture will positively change perceptions about it. Photo: Supplied

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As Nigeria’s film industry continues to expand and win over new hearts and minds – young people in Africa connect using art, writes Janice Phiri.

At one point or another, we have all spent time glued to our screens watching Africa Magic and admiring Nigerian film and culture, especially in the early 2000s. From the extravagant costumes to the scripts, Nollywood has managed to capture the attention of even the busiest mind.

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