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Renowned Nigeria actor visits Kenya

By James Wakahiu
A renowned Nollywood Nigerian movies actor is in the country in a bid to collaborate with the government and private institutions in enhancing the industry.
 Addressing Journalism University students at Mount Kenya University, Alex Usifo Omiagbo advised the youth to venture into the industry.


Usifo said Kenya was far much behind in the industry and there was a need for the country to collaborate with Nigeria to boost the trade. He said the industry was well paying noting youths in Nigeria are making a fortune out of it.
MKU Marketing Director, Boniface Murigi, said the University would be the first to start Kenyan movies with the help of Usifo.
Usifo who has acted in many African magic movies including the Heavens Gate, also met Nigerian students studying at MKU.

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