Chidi Mokeme
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Chidi Mokeme

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GenderMale
Age25 to 65
Height6'3" / 190 cm
Weight215 lbs / 98 kg
BuildAverage
EyesBrown
HairBlack
EthnicityBlack
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Experience

Film Role Director or Company, Location, Year
76Major Gomos/Supporting LeadIzu Ojukwu/ADONIS, Ibadan,Oyo State, Nigeria
Carpe DiemSupportingRobert Peters/Mnet/DSTv, Lagos, Nigeria
Mr. & Mrs. Chapter2LeadTeco Benson, Lagos, Nigeria
Raging PassionHarry/LeadKabat Esosa Egbon/ROK STUDIOS, Lagos, Nigeria

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Actor, Filmmaker, Transformational Speaker, Activist, Lifematician, Entrepreneur #ChidiSense BOOKINGS: Chidimokeme@gmail.com http://www.imdb.me/chidimokeme


 Repost alibabagcfr get_repostA year ago I said any manager programmes or director programmes who has not created programmes that chronicle the needs of the viewer and the d sired mileage of the clients who advertises on their station or platform should be fired I got several backlashes Some media owners actually queried their programme managers One told his manager programmes to analyze my comments and see if there is any truth in it And was subsequently fired You see truth can not hide In the face of reality truth will catwalk all over everything How can you wear a turban of director programmes or manager programmes and you are depending on independent producers to feed your platform And you can go home to sleep and collect a salary You are a fraud Content is king The programmes department is the engine room of a station They create what the advertising companies buy into That is why the marketing department depends on them The news department shouldnt be making more money for a station than the programmes department The creatives in a media house are the ones who should design the sellables for their platforms But what do we have these days Manager programmes that go buy content from overseas and their marketing department now start running around clients for sponsorship Shame Thats why content is dead in Nigeria Thats why no one wants to invest in local content Original programs dont entice these lazy programmes managers They want franchised contents Look around us there are over 60 sectors that are begging to be programmed Insurance Health Agriculture Fashion Literature Culture Tourism Music Politics Banking Oil and Gas Stage Arts and Craft Education Real Estate Transportation Sports Interior Decor Hotels Markets Judiciary Civil service Sport Lifestyle Events Children Pharmacy Hospitals Sanitation History Language But no They will seat on that position and waste golden airtime that should be paid for I read one time when the founder of Sky said owning a broadcast license is like a bank account that is always in credit CONTENT IS KING That sector alone should mop up over 50 of th #Repost @alibabagcfr (@get_repost)···A year ago, I said any manager programmes or director programmes, who has not created programmes that chronicle the needs of the viewer and the d sired mileage of the clients who advertises on their station or platform should be fired. I got several backlashes. Some media owners actually queried their programme managers. One told his manager programmes to analyze my comments and see if there is any truth in it. And was subsequently fired. You see, truth can not hide. In the face of reality, truth will catwalk all over everything. How can you wear a turban of director programmes or manager programmes and you are depending on independent producers to feed your platform. And you can go home to sleep and collect a salary? You are a fraud. Content is king. The programmes department is the engine room of a station. They create what the advertising companies buy into. That is why the marketing department depends on them. The news department shouldn't be making more money for a station than the programmes department. The creatives in a media house are the ones who should design the sellables for their platforms. But what do we have these days? Manager programmes that go buy content from overseas and their marketing department now start running around clients for sponsorship. Shame. That's why content is dead in Nigeria. That's why no one wants to invest in local content. Original programs don't entice these lazy programmes managers. They want franchised contents. Look around us, there are over 60 sectors that are begging to be programmed. Insurance. Health. Agriculture. Fashion. Literature. Culture. Tourism. Music. Politics. Banking. Oil and Gas. Stage. Arts and Craft. Education. Real Estate. Transportation. Sports. Interior Decor. Hotels. Markets. Judiciary. Civil service. Sport. Lifestyle. Events. Children. Pharmacy. Hospitals. Sanitation. History. Language... But no. They will seat on that position and waste golden airtime that should be paid for. I read one time when the founder of Sky said owning a broadcast license is like a bank account that is always in credit. CONTENT IS KING. That sector alone should mop up over 50% of th
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