Creative Industry Group President, Ambassador, Felix Duke, has rejoiced with all members of the group for crossing over to 2021. In the same vein, he remained thankful to the Almighty for sparing their lives, expressed a heartfelt condolences to all who are grieving due to the loss of loved ones.
And prayed ‘May the Almighty comfort and heal you and yours.’
According to him, in 2020 the Creative Industry Group achieved a few feat despite the global flood of unpleasant events, some of the achievements include
The launch of the CiG Welfare Insurance Scheme.
The launch of The CIG Pacific Estate
Collaboration with Empress Madani on establishing the World Cinema Academy in Lagos.
Two successive free skill acquisition and enterpreneurial trainings.
Courtesy visits to entertainers who have contributed immensely to the growth of the creative industry
Partnership relationship with The Lagos State Government, to mention but a few. “We are grateful to all and sundry who have worked tirelessly behind the scene to keep the CIG up and running,” he said in a statement he personally signed.”Despite the hassles that kicked started the year, we remain unfettered in our hopes that we all shall surmount every challenge and make good progress.”
He then said that all hands are on deck as “we prepare for the creative Industry Festival 2021, that promises to be one of a kind, but most importantly it will serve as an opportunity of exponential growth for partakers.
“The CIG Talent Hunt show tagged,. THE HEAT is also in the pipeline and will commence soon. The Heat’s objective is to locate, develop and promote new talents.
“These and many more are work in progress and will be unfolded in due course.
“Let’s keep on keeping on, forging ahead and breaking barriers in our respective areas of focus irrespective of the hassles that we may encounter for the Almighty will continually give us all victory in 2021 and beyond.”