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Jason 'Igwe' Njoku

Our members continued to fall in love with our own stories, self image and aspirations. Nollywood is not perfect. Far from it. She is as conflicted as the Nigeria we know and have, at times, loathed. But what it does is capture the hearts and minds of those who respect and represent our culture. As I travel around the world, I am amazed at the number of people who are proud of irokotv.

Inspiring line there for me on a very personal note. I watched you at the Google Nigeria event back in 2011 or 2012. Still inspried by your story and looking to work with Iroko in the near future: my Dream :-). That quoted line says a lot about how much of who we are as a people is reflected in the lives of those who embrace Iroko. Sometimes it’s hard to explain how powerful and important the subject of cultural identity is but Iroko has always been my one-line response to reinforce my own belief in its essence. Kudos chief!