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During the colonial era, Nigerians are made to believe that the road to academic success is fluency in the English Language. The local languages were commonly refer to as vernaculars. This left a permanent impression that the local languages are somehow inferior. As generations brought up under this illusion grew into adulthood, they nurtured their own children in a way that discourages them from speaking the local languages. The result is a SEIGE on the survival of Nigeria's local dialects. OUR ROLE: We researched, wrote, produced and directed this piece.

These are just a few of the numerous commercials we contributed to at DVWORX. We managed the productions for both Etisalat and Zain commercials. 'Good Mama' was produced and edited by us.

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