Nigerian film company Klala photography trains youths in Lagos
Nigerian media company, Klala films and photography has successfully trained 33 Nigerian youths in Lagos as part of measures to lead humanitarian quota in the creative industry.
The CEO, Mr Adebusoye Solomon, explained that the youths as part of the first set of beneficiaries of a 6-month program, which began in February, were trained in the areas of Videography, Photography, and other course contents in the art of filmmaking.
The ace photographer-entrepreneur explained that the academy was primarily organized to train the beneficiaries on both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills in Photography, Videography and Cinematography.
“We can not just be complaining about the worrisome employment issue in the country, which has rendered most Nigerian youths unproductive, without rolling up our sleeves and see how we can provide some solutions to these challenges,”