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  • Oh Dear! Charly Boy Drags FG, Blasts Lai Mohammed As He Reacts To Foreign Video Ban
  • According to Area Fada:
    The MC of goofs, gaffs and a lotta mumbo-jumbo
    Alhaji Lai Mohammed in one of his numerous
    jokes, probably scripted this time by Tony Okoroji,
    announced that the federal government is set to
    stop production of Nigerian movies and music
    videos abroad. This revelation was made recently
    on Saturday, July 15, 2017, at the headquarters
    of the copyright society of Nigeria (COSON).
    This is one of the many laughable utterances of
    our minister, who is fast becoming a full blown
    comic considering
    his track records.
    Imagine our Culture and Information Minister
    admitting the superiority of
    Senegalese's Jollof over Naija jollof rice; even
    Ghana that is considered our archenemy on that
    front did not come close - You could tell how
    stunned Richard Quest was from the look on his
    face that night.
    Remember when he suggested that one
    masquerade could create a thousand jobs per
    week for Nigerian men, masquerades ooo. His
    advice to graduates was to venture into the
    enterprise of dressing masquerades? Kai.
    Fact is, most Nigerians don't count our ministers'
    pronouncements as serious these days. Many see
    him as a clueless and overly excited Minister who
    makes a lot of funny declarations without due
    consultations. You won't be wrong if you call him
    irrational, or if you like, a bigmouth; you may also
    want to consider him a fabulist, or if you are
    trying to be modest like me, just call him the
    King of spoofs. Haha...a joke called minister.
    Anyway, let's leave the jokes to LIAR Mohammed
    and go back to the real issue here.
    Shey una know say entertainment in Nigeria was
    not always this glamorous?
    Once upon a time, hardly was any Nigerian song
    played in our night clubs. Then, Nigerian songs
    rarely enjoyed quality air play - Some persons
    laboured to change the status quo.
    Once upon a time, Corporate Bodies budgeted fat
    cheques for foreign artists while they rewarded
    indigenous artists with popcorn. Foreign artists
    were treated as demigods while Nigerian
    entertainers no matter how hardworking, no
    matter how successful were treated as juveniles.
    Some people fought to eradicate this kinda
    disrespect to our celebrities.
    Even Nollywood has had its fair share. Remember
    when multichoice came to Nigeria; NTA were
    leaking/selling indigenous contents to multichoice
    without paying a dime to the producers -
    somebody resisted that evil, and today the story
    is all shades of colourful. Things have no doubt
    evolved, thanks to the creativity and hardwork of a
    few good men.
    Just recently, I learned that Nigerian entertainers
    are going to be taxed and sanctioned for evasion.
    Well, in as much as I believe paying taxes is our
    civic responsibility, the bunch of criminals in
    government devising daily means to further
    strengthen their criminality remains a great worry
    for me.
    And I find it really petty for a serious government
    battling with serious issues of national interest to
    begin to dictate where to shoot videos and where
    to make movies. Our movies and music videos
    should be a potpourri of dynamism, tourism,
    african and international beauty, cultural heritage,
    aesthetic sensation, and ultimately, an
    embodiment of seamless artistic expression. To
    achieve these details and peculiarities, one cannot
    limit the production of what should be a classic
    and enchanting artistic expression to a grossly
    looted and underdeveloped state like Nigeria.
    Abegii, let our government be reasonable joor.
    However, if they want to tread that path, they
    should first withdraw their kids from schools
    abroad, declare that no politician should go for
    medical treatment abroad, bring our president
    back to Aso Rock, after all, billions of Naira has
    been spent on the Abuja clinic - another national
    fraud by the pack of criminals occupying positions
    of power. Ohh... They should also make sure they
    provide uninterrupted power supply, fix our bad
    roads and build monuments that would attract
    tourists across the world. Because, patronizing
    made in Nigeria products must be a head to
    bottom policy.
    Nonetheless, our entertainers must see
    themselves as role models. They wield the sword
    of public opinion. They must help in reshaping
    the Nigerian society - just like hip-hop was used
    as a tool in fighting the government in Senegal.
    Nigerians won't forget the role of Fela Anikulapo
    Kuti, Sonny Okosun, etc., in advocating for a
    better life for the common man.
    Entertainers must unanimously speak up. Not just
    now but always. They've come for us, we must
    cut these charlatans to size, we must not just
    defend our art, we must begin to use our
    platforms to condemn all forms of insanity in our
    political corridors.
    This is a call to service, we must rescue our
    nation from these abusers, every entertainer must
    see himself as either chosen or called to be
    evangelists of the much needed social reform.
    Entertainers must begin to address societal ills
    especially through music, movies and arts in
    general.
    The revolution must begin from entertainers and
    we must kick start the healing process by
    creating our ideal society through our works. Our
    imaginations must revolve around the utopian
    possibilities.
    This is to activate the indifferent, misguided and
    unconcerned youth in our entertainment industry,
    let's all stand up to wrestle our nation back from
    these criminals. The time to act is now.
    The labour of our heroes past shall not be in vain.
    OUR MUMU DON DO.

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