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        Chris Ikp; the CEO of Vogue ENT, an entrepreneur, a writer and producer of Black Money. 
       Chris is a lover of film making who believes in the African film industry.


Vogue ENT just produced the movie Black Money, telling the story of the Riser, a Nigerian gang.  What’s unique about this movie,  is the wild range of African actors in the movies, including few Liberian actors.
Chris believe in this movie so much that he was willing to drop $250,000 of his own money into this dream. 
Chris and his team are very excited to visit Liberia for the first time in April of this year to premiere Black Money.
Africans working together in unison, now, that’s the dream. 


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