Hi! I’m Bola… a writer cum Film maker cum Social Commentator! I decided to heed the call to duty (to blog on this site) when I had an epiphany that all the things I wanted to achieved had not quite been achieved, not for want of opportunity, because I had sat on my arse (oops!) for a tad too long! So, (at the risk of sounding cliché) deciding that its never late than never I herded myself over to NigeriansTalk…but seriously, I had realized awhile ago that no one could fix Nigeria but Nigerians and since I am one and proudly so, I decided to contribute my own little quota to the many voices clamouring for change. What I’ll be blogging about? Mainly on the entertainment in Nigeria but specifically on Nollywood. So movie premieres, award nites, birthday bashes, shindigs among the Nollywood jet set hopefully get to be covered. You could say I’m a voice from within (Nollywood that is!) I know Im going to have fun on this site…and you will too coz I always bring with me the drama! (No pun intended!) and I’ll be doing that on the first of every month.
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