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Ali Baba breaks sad news

By News Express on 15/03/2019

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•Frontline comedian Ali Baba
•Frontline comedian Ali Baba

Nigeria’s frontline comedian, Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, popularly known as Ali Baba gcfr, has a breaking news for Nigerian entertainers. And the news is a sad one.

Hear him: “SAD NEWS:  MultiChoice/M-Net and South Africa Broadcasting Company (SABC) have sold several of their locally produced shows to The Africa Channel based in Los Angeles. Actors, writers, presenters or crew will not be getting any residuals from that deal. SABC has also just sold digital rights to their shows to VIU.”

This sad news from the 54 years old Edo State born laugh merchant is indeed a wake-up call to Nigerian entertainment industry and all the stakeholders.

Let us join hands and do something fast before signs of malnutrition and hunger begin to show on our stars and superstars.

 

 

Source News Express

Posted 15/03/2019

 

 

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