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I Go Dye's Candid Advice to FG on the proposed ban of movies and musical videos shot overseas


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In advent of the pronouncement by the minister of information, Alhaji Lai Mohammed on the ban of movies and music videos shot outside the shores of Nigeria, Ace comedian, Francis Agoda aka
"I go dye" took to his facebook page to advice the federal government on way to go about their decision. Look what he posted below;

"Undoubtedly,entertainment: Music,Comedy, Sport,  and Film productions  are the highest-ranking human resource export from Nigeria.Government should protect their intellectual property and invest into its capacity building.
I have observed with keen interest  the recent reports credited to the honourable minister of information and culture,proposing to ban the production of our indigenous films abroad.instead of such pronouncements,I expect a mutual partnership with government and all stake holders in the entertainments  industry.what level of support has government provided to growth of entertainment in terms of protecting their works?piracy is still on the high,most of the actors,actresses and producers do not earn what's is obtainable in other parts of the world in terms of technical,social support and general  contribution to their well being.I recommend that instead of putting laws to check the issue of films produced outside Nigeria.Government should invest in the sector to develop it,introduce partnership that will bring about government earning funds from the services provided through technical equipment, logistic sites, and establishment of a standard Nollywood village.more so soft loans should be provided to aid film production ,while the ministry of information and culture should engage the  film writer and producers to  build contents that can significantly profile our image as a country.instead of confrontation,which will not be in the best interest of both the government and the artistes."
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