14 December 2012 07:01 | By Obed Boafo
Nollywood Heartthrob Ramsey Nouah

Ramsey Nouah



Nollywood Movie Star (© IMDB)
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So it is no wonder that Nollywood, Africa’s most successful movie industry (at least for now), is getting all the applause from across the divide of the filmmaking world. From very humble beginnings to its present state, Nollywood has stated its case as a global force to reckon with. In an impressive string of good results posted over the decade, the Nigerian film industry, despite its problems, is still leading the rest of the pack, in a clear unassailable manner that would take the rest of the continent to catch up.

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