Entertainment industry is one of the most lucrative business in Nigeria right now. Venturing into Music, Acting, Production, Comedy and other forms of Entertainment can be very productive Nowadays. This is due to the fact that Nigerians will always listen to the latest songs and download the trending movies.
According to Reno Omokri, in his own research conducted, Over 90 percent downloads made by Nigerians are Music, Videos and Tv shows. He condemned to the fact that Nigerians don't concen themselves with education.
The Nigeria Activist further pointed out that Nigerian youths hardly read books written by successful Billionaires but listen to songs by "Thuggish rappers". He accused the Nigerian Youtha of being more interested in Entertainment than education.
On social media, African youths dissect the latest songs, movies, and TV shows. But hardly the latest books. Successful billionaires write books, but we prefer downloading the latest song of thuggish rappers. Why are we poor? Because we hardly read
After he said this on Twitter, some Nigerians disagreed with his notion.
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