By Benjamin Njoku
Germany-based Nollywood actress and gospel singer Queen Floxy Nwaka has revealed her plans to bring a new innovation to the Nigerian film industry from the diaspora.
The talented artist made it known, while officially registered as a member of the Actors Guild of Nigeria.
Nwaka, who is also the leader of the Igbo Woman in Nurnberg, Germany, said that her love for Nollywood and indeed the creative industry prompted her to join the cast previously.
“I want to bring new innovation to Nollywood from the diaspora as one of the strongest film cultures in the world, creating jobs and earning foreign exchange for Nigeria,” he said.
According to her, her influence as a registered member of AGN will encourage other international actors to return home and identify with the Guild.
Nwaka said her love and contributions to African culture in Europe have made her one of the busiest black artists in all of Germany.
It is said that he used his position to positively influence Nigerians in the diaspora, mainly through his gospel songs.
At the moment, he is working on an internationally successful film, while his latest album entitled “Console your People” is playing massively in Europe.
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