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Movie making Business in Nigeria: Femi Ogedengbe and His latest Abuja Ghetto Business

Travelling just 2 minutes away from Maitama in Abuja Nigeria is an undeveloped area, and that was the ghetto were Nollywood Director and Actor, Femi Ogedengbe has made his latest abode. 

Femi, who earlier in the year christened his twin babies, Hollywood and Nollywoood to the chagrin of most people, left his Lagos abode to an Abuja Ghetto were he is crafting a merchandise. I witnessed that he is on set his latest movie, "FCT Ghetto Runs", and is set to bring a new class and professionalism to Nollywood. He has always been known to be a great contributor to the development of Nollywood having acted in over 150 movies himself and directed/produced a few.

Like I always say, business can spring up in unlikely places. Let's keep a eye on the ghettos around us , pay a trip once in a while, If we do not live there and see what smart entrepreneurs like Femi Ogedengbe are cashing in on.
Did I hear someone ask, "ghetto in the beautiful city of Abuja"? Yea, I can unveil more to you on request. Lolz.

I bring you behind-the-scene pictures of some cast and crew from Femi's movie set. Enjoy.













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