Amaka Igwe, Olu Jacobs, others celebrate new NBC boss

Emeka Mba is the new Director General of the National Broadcasting Commission.

The Nigerian Entertainment Business Group, NEBG, on Wednesday, held a reception in honour of the newly appointed Director General of the National Broadcasting Commission, Emeka Mba.

The NEBG is a strategic alliance of the key and leading business operators in the creative Industry. It looks to building sound and robust foundations for current and future business in the creative enterprise sector.

Movie producer, Amaka Igwe, in her opening speech, thanked guests in attendance and gave a brief introduction on what NEBG stands for.

“The Nigerian Entertainment Business Group is an alliance by key organisations that aim to bridge the gap between Africa’s media industry and investors,” she said.

The celebrant, Emeka Mba, who was the Director General of the Nigerian Film and Video Censors Board, NFVCB, thanked guests for honouring him with their attendance. He solicited for support from everyone on the journey ahead.

“I’m here to say thank you and I pray that with your support, we can make Nigeria a broadcasting hub.”

“I also want to encourage us all to have a creative thought leadership that even if we can’t help you, we won’t stand in the way of progress,” He said.

The event, which held at the Four Points Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos, had prominent players in the arts and entertainment industry in attendance including veteran actors and couple, Olu Jacobs and Joke Silver; Chairman, Art gallery owners Association of Nigeria, Frank Okonta; and boss of Soundcity, Tajuddeen Adepetu.


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