A Tribe In Judah Reflects Challenges Facing Less Privileged Nigerians – Obi

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Presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 election, Peter Obi, has described the record breaking Nollywood movie, A Tribe In Judah, as a reflection of the current situation faced by the less privileged in the country.

While appreciating the producer of the film, Funke Akindele, Obi said the Nollywood industry remains one of the biggest exports from Nigeria in the last decade and “shows the inherent potential in our people which Akindele has copiously brought out in all her works”.

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“It is heartwarming to learn that ‘A Tribe Called Judah’, a movie by Nigerian Producer, @funkeakindele, has achieved a record-breaking milestone, earning N1 billion in just 3 weeks of its release, marking a historic moment in our Nigerian movie industry”, Obi wrote on his verified handle X.

MediaageNG A Tribe In Judah Reflects Challenges Facing Less Privileged Nigerians - Obi Presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the 2023 election, Peter Obi, has described the record breaking Nollywood movie, A Tribe In Judah, as a reflection of the current situation faced by the less privileged in the country.

“It touches on some of the complex challenges faced by many less privileged families in Nigeria, in their struggles for survival. It skillfully tells a story that appeals to its audience in a comic and entertaining delivery.

“I congratulate Funke Akindele for achieving this feat which is a bold testament to her passion, hard work, and dedication in the movie industry”, Mr. Obi revealed.

He said the creative and entertainment industry has grown, examplefying the unlimited grooming of talents.

“I encourage them to continue to tell stories that will inspire hard work, integrity, and productivity among Nigerians, Obi said.

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“This, I believe, will play a significant role in positioning our minds for the productivity-driven nation we are trying to build – The New Nigeria”, he added.

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