Saturday Niteoff: Watch 3 movies, get free popcorn, drink, chicken and chips

This Saturday, where will you be?

Why not spice up your weekend with lots of love, adventure and exciting moments by attending one of the best movie date nights ever in Lagos.

House of Glimpse in collaboration with Lighthouse Cinemas Jibowu, Yaba, has put together a movie date night titled Saturday Niteoff. This movie date night will be packed with lots of side attractions. It promises to be what you have been longing for, a fun-filled weekend getaway.

With just ₦3,000 you get to watch up to three movies, which will include Mission Impossible: Fallout and any one of this three movies: Dwayne Johnson’s Skyscraper, Lara and the Beat, Equalizer 2. Other side attractions for you to enjoy at the movie date night are: free crunchy popcorn, free drink and delicious chicken and chips.

This event would be taking place at Lighthouse Cinemas, Yaba, on Saturday, July 28, 2018 by 10pm prompt. First thirty people to buy a ticket get 10% discount on ticket. Hurry and book for your ticket while this promo is still on.

For more information on ticket bookings, contact Chife: +23480341408875.

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FG: Nigerian music and movies must be made in Nigeria

THE NEWSGHOST, NIGERIA – While on a visit to the headquarters of the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) yesterday, Saturday, the Minister of Information and Culture Alhaji Lai Mohammed disclosed that the federal government (FG) has taken steps to amend Nigeria Broadcasting Code to discourage the production of Nigerian movies and music outside the country.

Report says the minister decried the situation where films, reality TV shows and music were made outside Nigeria for consumption by Nigerians, explaining that it hampered empowerment of practitioners in the industry, the development of the sector and the nation’s economy in general.

The minister said:

‘As long as we are not able to implement our own code to ensure local production of Nigerian music and movies, our young talents will not get jobs.’

According to the minister, to encourage local production of films and music, the Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) had put forward a proposal to classify the creative industry and grant it a pioneer status.

With the pioneer status, the minister explained that, the creative industry would be entitled to certain incentives and tax holiday. This would include waivers for the importation of film and music production equipment.