Why did Tunde Moshood and Michael Allonge go for a game of Fake News on the internet?
In a normal world, one would say it is beyond any human imagination. What Tunde Moshood failed to understand while in our school was that all his speeches were on tape. Listen to him here. Topic: The Media and Nollywood. Then read below where he wrote in his fake article that ” the Nollywood industry was sold so cheap to a gathering of French students in France recently”. What a contradiction! SAY NO TO FAKE NEWS…..!
Whatmore, the video documentary of the Nollywood event coming soon showed his contributions towards the success of the one-day “Film for Students Event” and his girlfriend Hannah Ojo enjoyed the day with my students. What went wrong with him was the fake news he published in a Nigerian fake website when he travelled back to Nigeria. Photo below shows Tunde Moshood talking to my students about the Nollywood industry.
Despite the photos, audio files and a full video documentary of the Nollywood event ready and available for publication, the two Nigerian information scammers and experts in fake news decided to write this lines on their website as follows: “The Nigerian movie industry which is reputed to be the world’s second biggest in terms of production quality, scripting, plotting, story-line, movie locations, costuming, economic activities including the general acceptance of her dramatis personae the world over was sold so cheap to a gathering of French students in France recently”. FAKE NEWS! Listen to him again and his definition of journalism. This audio is a big slap on the faces of trained journalists like me and others. Little wonder, he embarks on FAKE NEWS. I was ashamed when he was dishing out this nonesense to my students. Who disgraced Nollywood here? What does he want to achieve in his fake article? What is the motivation behind the fake news he published in another website to save his own?
The photo below shows Tunde Moshood happily receiving his certificate of recognition from my deputy director, Mr. Frederick Maillard. Let the photo tell the story.
It will be hard for the fans, readers and friends of Cyprian Josson to believe that he is out there to destroy the image of Nollywood he has contributed to build in France for many years. Those who have read my book, “Nollywood: The Billion dollars Zone” will understand the passionate work I have done to portray the image of African cinema. My free audio broadcasts on Nollywood Radio France and Nollywoodfrancetv are all over the place on the internet and anybody can use them for their research work. SAY NO TO FAKE NEWS!