Founder of Emnamu foundation, Dr. Emmanuel, inducted into Adamawa hall of fame

To mark the 2022 Adamawa film Festival, some prominent sons and daughters of Adamawa and beyond, who have distinguished themselves in diverse human endeavors, were inducted into Adamawa hall of Fame.

Dr. Emmanuel, the President of Emnamu Foundation who doubles as the chairman, Emnamu group was an inductee owing to his Hallmark in service to humanity.

Dr. Musa, who runs the famous Emnamu foundation has touched the lives of thousands of people across the state and beyond, especially the downtrodden and the youth. Recently, the President flagged off the distribution of 60,000 household food and non-food interventions, built 300 houses under vulnerable housing scheme, for the poor and less privileged across the state, distributed over 10,000 books to public primary and secondary schools within the state and many more.

Receiving the award for the induction, Dr. Emmanuel who was represented by his Chief of Staff, Comr. Kukuya Godwin harped on the need for the film and the entire entertainment industry to look the direction of local Content harvesting, if the industry want to forge ahead.

He noted that entertainment industry has contributed significantly to the nation’s economy, running into billions of dollars, but sadly, Adamawa State has no share in it. He went to question, how many films were produced in Adamawa State, out of the over 2500 films produced in Nigeria in 2021? Only a few, if at all any.

Dr. Emmanuel Harped on the need for the entertainment industry in the State to look inwardly, for local Content, that Conforms to our customary folklore as that is the only way local patronage can be guaranteed.

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