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Nigeria’s Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, the President of the African Development Bank Dr. Akinwumi Adesina, and other partners will launch the Investment in Digital and Creative Enterprises (i-DICE) Program in Abuja on Tuesday, 14 March 2023. The launch marks the rollout of a flagship initiative that will drive vital funding for Nigeria’s digital and creative industries.
The Nigerian creative industry has captured the attention of industry stakeholders who have come together to discuss the proposed Creative Industries Development Bill (CIDB) and its potential to transform the Nigerian creative economy.
The initiative dubbed Books on Bike aims at building and promoting a strong reading culture among children aged between three and 15.
Nigeria's creative industry sector is is yet to live up to its full potential, experts say, but has the capacity to contribute $100 billion annually by 2030 when the government and the private sector partner to create the enabling business environment.
The Ministry of Education, Arts, and Culture, with financial support from the German Government, officially launched the country’s first-ever National Records Restoration Facility on Thursday at the National Archives of Namibia.
Under the supervision of the Ministry of Cultural Affairs and in cooperation with the concerned departments of the Ministry of Defense, the military institution, in the presence of the Director General of the National Center for Cinema and Image, Mr. Noman Hamrouni, secured today, Wednesday, February 08, 2023, for the first time, the transfer of a part of the film archive of about a thousand original (negative) tapes from the archive treasury in Gammarth to the headquarters of the National Library House. These film boxes are the oldest among the contents of the treasury and date back to the period between 1956 and 1965.