Managing Director, 5D Cinema 9ja, Mr Kayode Owolabi, on Friday, said that epileptic power supply was the major challenge militating against the successful growth of cinema business in Nigeria.
Owolabi revealed this on the sidelines of the inauguration of the five-dimensional (5D) Cinema located in Surulere, Lagos.
He said that the constant power failure in the country was a debilitating problem that needed to be addressed urgently as it imposed significant costs on cinema business.
According to him, the envisioned growth of the cinema industry and the economy at large cannot be achieved without improved electricity supplies.
“We hope that President Mohammadu Buhari will treat the issue of power supply as topmost priority to enhance the growth of cinema business.”
Owolabi described 5D Cinema as a multi-dimensional digital technology that was more advanced than 3D and 4D technologies.
He said that it was a technology different from the conventional cinema as viewers experienced all the actions and occurrences in all the scenes of the movie.

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