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“How Nigerian movies and music have heightened ritualism among youths”

Nollywood actress, Chioma Ifemeludike has illuminated how latest songs and movies in Nigeria have contributed to the excessive fee of rituals within the nation.

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Penning a prolonged notice on IG, the thespian asserted that the majority songs of at present mount pointless stress on the youths making them embrace unacceptable methods of wealth acquisition.

Coming to Nollywood, she blamed the trade for portray the image that human sacrifices can really set off stupendous wealth.

She wrote:

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“Let’s even talk about our musical contents, the lyrics some of what y’all musicians are promoting is mounting undue pressure on these kids, gone are they days when meaningful songs from the likes of Onyeka Onwenu, (late) Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe, (Late) Legendary Fela Anikulapo kuti etc. these were international award winning musicians who used every opportunity to teach impact society positively through their music (some even after death) but fast forward today you hear lyrics like “if you no get money hide your face” 🤷🏾‍♀️… Nollywood movies haven’t essentially promoted rituals however in my view,I believe the issue right here is the narrative circulated by means of these storylines that human blood(sacrifice) can generate income begin raining in a secret room or inside a wardrobe… Can human sacrifice actually produce wealth? and even when it does similar Nollywood have proven in lots of storylines the implications and repercussions of taking one other individuals life. The brief and lengthy story right here is, “an idle man is the devil’s workshop”! Government should, as a matter of urgency,have interaction and empower our youth.
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#akaekpuchionwa🌕”

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