dennis kariuki said:
Understanding the article well is crucial for the appropriate response and i agree with this proposition. Though the more, always, i read this article i am thrilled and some coldness goes down my spine at the description of some sort of irony that i spot. Frequently, it is understood that this noble “Nollywood” is a multiplication investment and a gracious job creator and an appropriate example for the rise of Africa. Despite this fact, we are in the long run under looking the effects on our immediate community that this organisation has nurtured. It is well understood even with me as a positivist for Africa that it has lead to the bloom of piracy in Nigeria and this underplays the positive impact it is supposed to have created. Are we going to say the good while in real fact a long term bad is rising? This is going certainly to tarnish the credibility that most of us would have garnered with this cause of rising Africa. Because objectivity exists means that it should be used happily and for the real rise of Africa we should be protecting the organisation by insecticizing the piracy and promoting a long term sustainable solutions and ideas for the rise of Africa. In parallel, this should be accompanied by what is stated in the article. Harmonious disagreement should be promoted.