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Nigeria's Nollywood film industry reels in foreign investors

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By Sophie Bouillon

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I've watched some of the shorts. Titillation that keeps you watching till the very end. It's full of silly, predictable plots but very watchable

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And to invest in the Nigerian film industry, you just have to give your bank account information to a Nigerian prince, right?

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Does Nigeria attained Africa biggest economy status through investors giving their "bank account information to a Nigerian prince"? I will not be a true Nigerian if I don't add these two words...oode buruku

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Send money to Nigeria? What could go wrong?

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Does Nigeria attained Africa biggest economy status through investors giving their "bank account information to a Nigerian prince"? I will not be a true Nigerian if I don't add these two words...oode buruku

Well there's a reason that the rest of the civilized world knows of Nigeria primarily because of their financial scams. As a true Nigerian, maybe you should work on fixing that instead of swearing at people in Yoruba because you are unhappy that someone pointed out that your country has poor reputation for stealing people's money.

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