Yeah, Dennis. You have a point. Despite Nollywood’s growth, piracy is a potential killer of the industry. If producers don’t get the full revenue due, they’ll be unable to invest more to improve standards. And this cuts across all the art industries on the continent. In Ghana for example, there’s the case with Leila Djansi. She studied in the US for a Film and Television Degree and returned to produce films locally. After the stunning “Sinking Sands” and “Ties that Bind” she’s had issues with piracy. And its discouraging for such talents that attempt to return to help achieve the African Dream. Even with the music industry, if artists are not assured of the income that they’re due, they’ll either rather end up with mediocre work or abandon their talents to take up mainstream white-collar salaried occupations.