Media mogul Mo Abudu, recently completed an intensive 3-week course for directors at the London Film School.
The course explored the fundamentals of filmmaking from script to screen and is based on an exercise originally devised by FAMU, the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague, Czech Republic.
The law, that is the Terrorism (Prevention) Act 2011 (as amended), defines terrorism as, an act which is deliberately done with malice, an afterthought and which may seriously harm or damage a country or an international organisation.
Prof Osinbajo has stated that dire consequences await anyone caught making inciting comments that can lead to violence whilst threatening the unity of the nation. He also encouraged political, religious and business leaders to take a hard stance with their followers as regards this and not support any hate speech in their respective communities.