Kannywood: Ali Nuhu returns to school

Popular Nigerian actor, Ali Nuhu, has suspended all business of film making in Nigeria to return to school.

Ali Nuhu will undergo a six-week course in film production and cinematic arts at the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, USA.

Nuhu has made a name in the Hausa film industry, Kannywood, and in Nollywood.

He has since resumed classes at the prestigious film and media communications institute in the United States.

He wrote on his twitter page saying
” I am already missing everyone in the Kannywood. ”

Nuhu Abdullahi, an actor and film producer in the Kannywood, said, “We are proud of Ali Nuhu, he always set the pace in the Kannywood”.

“He was first to be verified on twitter among us, he has the first video on demand channel on the internet among us and he is the first now to have taken such a professional programme to enhance his career and that is a lead for us to copy. We are really proud of him,”he said.

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