Nasarawa State Gov Inaugurates Three Hundred Seater Entertainment Theater

By Dahiru Hassan – Lafia

Nasarawa State government has reaffirmed commitment to continue to promote Entertainment Industry to create job Opportunity for the teaming youths and enhance economic prosperity of the State.

Governor Abdullahi Sule stated this at the Inauguration of the three hundred seater movie theater and live performance, build by Canal Olypia in Mararaba Karu local government area of Nasarawa State.

Inaugurating the three hundred seater movie theater and live performance tag Abu- Namu, governor Abdullahi Sule commended the initiator of the project which is geared towards creating job opportunity to the teaming unemployed youths across the State.

Given priority to Entertainment Industry,Governor Sule explained that his administration has conceive the idea of establishing Film village at the Farin Ruwa water falls in wamba local government area of the State where major film makers and actors would have a befitting and serene environment for film making in the State.

On his part, the executive Director National Film and video censor Board Alhaji Adedayo Thomas said president Muhammadu has put creative industry as a major key player into the nation’s economic sector working hand in hand with the Agricultural sector.

According to him the three hundred seater movie theater and live performance is first of its kind in the Country and the largest in West Africa that has open stage performance and space that can accommodate five thousand capacity relaying solely on solar Energy.

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GGovernor sule middle, France Ambassador to Nigeria Jérôme Pasquier left and chairman karu LGA Hon. Sam Akala right

France Ambassador to Nigeria Jérôme Pasquier delivering his address
GGovernor Sule given his address at the event
The Canal Olympia Movie Theatre and Performing centre

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