The groundbreaking of the Lagos Film City project in Ejinrin, Epe Division, Lagos State, has garnered praise from a prominent political figure in Epe. Kakalistic.com reports that Barrister Olayinka Oladunjoye, the Lagos East APC Vice Chairman, expressed her enthusiastic support for the ambitious venture led by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Linus Idahosa.
Barrister Olayinka Oladunjoye commended the Lagos Film City as a monumental project aligned with their goals of stimulating economic growth, creating job opportunities, and boosting the creative industry in Lagos State. She emphasized the global impact of this initiative, noting its potential to empower local talents and place Epe on the world stage.
“The Lagos Film City is a monumental project that aligns perfectly with our goals of stimulating economic growth, creating job opportunities, and boosting the creative industry in Lagos State. This initiative will not only place Epe on the global map but also contribute significantly to the empowerment and development of our local talents. I am excited about the prospects that this project offers, and I believe it will be a game-changer for our division,” she averred.
This exciting venture to establish the Lagos Film City in Ejinrin underscores the urgency for Lagos State to diversify its economy and prioritize the entertainment industry.
This move aligns perfectly with the THEMES+ agenda of Governor Babajide Sanwoolu, which highlights entertainment as a key pillar for driving the state’s growth and development.
As the project moves forward, it not only promises to enrich the creative landscape but also to enhance economic opportunities, create jobs, and elevate Lagos State’s global recognition as an entertainment hub.