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Get approval before using Youth Corpers uniform in nollywood movies — NYSC tells filmmakers

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The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has urged filmmakers to always seek proper approval before using corps members’ uniform while shooting their movies.

Nysc stops nigerian filmmakers from using the nysc uniform without permission

Mr Christian Oru, NYSC Assistant Director of Legal Services, said this in Lagos during a meeting between National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) and creative industry stakeholders on enabling laws and strengthening of professional guilds and associations

“For any film maker that wants any of his casts to wear the corps members’ uniform while shooting movies, we require that you write an application letter to NYSC to indicate your interest.

We also demand that you submit your script to us for proper vetting to know how NYSC will be represented.

We know the script is your copyright and we will do everything to ensure confidentiality,” he said.

Oru also noted that filmmakers will pay administrative handling charges before the use of the uniforms.

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“We want a token from what you generate from the production of such movies where our uniforms are used, this is known as administrative charges. 

This is because we spend money to produce these uniforms, we will like to work with you and we promise that we will all be on the same page to ensure we are developing the industry and the nation as well,” he said.

 

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Ugandan Election: After 34yrs in power, Pres. Museveni, 76, wins 6th term in office

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Uganda election After 34yrs in power, Pres. Museveni, 76, wins 6th term in office

After 34yrs in power, President Museveni, 76, has won his 6th term in office

Incumbent President Yoweri Museveni, who has been in office since 1986, has emerged the winner of the Uganda 2021 presidential election with 58.64% of the total votes, the country’s electoral commission declared on Saturday, January 16.

 

Uganda election After 34yrs in power, Pres. Museveni, 76, wins 6th term in office

His main rival, Bobi Wine, who had 34.8% of the total vote, however, alleged the election was anything but free and fair.

 

He accused Museveni of fabricating the results and called the poll “the most fraudulent election in the history of Uganda.”

 

The election took place after one of the most violent campaigns in years, with harassment and arrests of the opposition, attacks on the media and the deaths of at least 54 people.

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Didier Drogba Announces Seperation From Wife After 20 Years Of Marriage

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Chelsea legendary footballer, Didier Drogba has anmounced his seperation from his wife, Laila after being married for 20 years. This is happening after a video of him and a mystery woman surfaced online.

 

 

Didier Drogba Announces seperation from his wife

 

Drogba made this announcement on his instagram story. He wrote:

 

“I am not used to discussing my private life, but due to speculation in the media today, I will confirm that unfortunately after 20 years together Lalla and I have made the difficult decision to go our separate ways. Last year.

 

 

“We remain very close and our main goal has been our children and to protect them and the privacy of the family.”

 

 

The couple are blessed with three children: Isaac, Iman and Kieran.

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Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez to perform at the swearing-in of Joe Biden

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The US Presidential Inauguration Committee has announced that Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez will perform in the swearing-in of the president elect,Joe Biden on 20th January, which will hold at the West Front of the US Capitol building,

 

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The event will begin with an invocation by Father Leo J.O’Donovan,an old friend of Biden who is also a Jesuit Catholic Priest.

 

After the invocation,the pledge of allegiance will follow, which will be conducted by Andrea Hall,an African American.

Jennifer Lopez

 

 

After that,comes the National Anthem by Lady Gaga, poetry by Amanda Gorman, Musical performance by Jennifer Lopez and Benediction by Rev.Fr Sylvester Beaman.

 

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