Sugar Rush, Conspiracy Theories and the EFCC by Hope Eniayekan

Comments (13)
  1. Omobolaji says:

    Well said.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Interesting read! Let me go and see what the fuss is about too 😂

  3. Babatunde says:

    Factual. Well, as much as film is in many ways a mirror of our realities, being careful is adviced.

    1. CEXTUS says:

      You have said it all

    2. Imperfect Anna says:

      Interesting read

  4. Favour Omo says:

    YOU said It all,filmmakers should better derive creative alternatives because these people are not ready to work hand in hand with creatives. It’s really sad times indeed to think this is even the least of the country’s problems. Lol what a Joke!!!

  5. TF says:

    Easy to read. I enjoyed it.

  6. EllaBakare says:

    Yass. That last part. It’s sad that it has come to this, but Nigerian filmmakers already have alot to deal with as it is without adding vindictive Government agencies to the mix. I agree, fictional agencies are the way to go. Well written babe!

  7. Opeyemi says:

    Well said

  8. Mike Adejonwo says:


  9. Anonymous says:

    Interesting, another reason to see the Movie

  10. Ifeanyi says:

    Fine reporting. I am interested to watch the movie more than ever.

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