Why I Did RagTag – Adaora Nwandu

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The subject of homosexuality in Nigeria, is still very much of a no discuss subject, even though recent research and survey studies has shown that there is great positive improvement with the way people treat the subject of homosexuality in Nigeria. But someone took on the courage at a certain time to make a film about homosexuality at a time when the subject was still very much of a no discuss subject. A British Nigerian film partly shot in Nigeria about two young men who fell in love with each other and went against almost everything to be together, and lived happily ever after.

A film that raised serious debates at the time when it was first premiered. NoStrings sorts out Adaora Nwandu, Creator of the film and she takes us behind the scenes of what happened and what it took her to finally get it out. Get behind the scenes with NoStrings as we talk to Adaora Nwandu British Nigerian film Maker.

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    BRYANNN 7 years

    you are definitely the next big thing @MIKE DAEMON

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    Awww@BRYANNN thank you so much, i am happy doing this, please do well to support by subscribing and liking our page. Thank you again.

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    Hodge 7 years

    This is really spectacular. I must confess, Mike you are doing a really good job. Standing up for the minority. Nice. I love Adaora, She just looks like Asa and Adichie all wrapped up in one. Nice. Really nice.

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    Don’t we all love her?, and Yes, I completely Agree with you she does have that Asa-ish and Adichie-ic looks and feel…lol

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    Uziel 7 years

    I saw this movie about two years ago and I have been fascinated with it and the people behind it since then. I find the sacrifices people like Ms. Nwandu made in the bid to bring us this love story between two people who didn’t know they could have that love story worth mentioning. Thanks for this, Mike.

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    VAKnightStick 7 years

    Just discovered your podcast through Sahara Reports. A great and welcome initiative!

    I enjoyed the interview with Adaora Nwandu, but I wish you had probed more. You probably had a list of questions you wanted to go through and so couldn’t ask more follow-up questions or let her responses dictate the next question. Still a good interview though.

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