Nollywood actor cum politician, Desmond Elliot has called for the ban of foreign movies in Nigeria to enable the growth of the Nigerian Movie Industry.
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Right now, over 96% of Nigerian movies currently showing at the cinema is flooded with fake foreign accent, this is a national disgrace."
Stressing further, she said "It's so bad that the discrimination is now based on who speaks foreign accent fluently and talent is no longer the yardstick for selecting actors to feature in movies."
Their excuse is that my movies are indigenous and the titles are local but I am like 'we get to watch foreign movies indigenous to different parts of the world yet subtitled and these movies are been shown in our cinemas so I ask the question 'why can't we
In the framework of the policy of protectionism, he demanded that theaters showing Nigerian movies should be foreign. In the 80s the cinemas were empty, and soon most of them were closed. The only available entertainment was movies on VHS.
The majority of Yoruba movies' fans are Yoruba people. Based on this, English movies make more money because it has a wider market. But I don't regret being a Yoruba actor.
When you go to the cinemas, you see people watching more Nigerian movies than foreign movies. The industry has really grown because the quality of movies produced then is totally different from what we have now.
I plan to do more movies this year, but I don't want to reveal too much at the moment.