Title: British Nigerian Me
Director: Dayo Adeneye
British Nigerian Me is a documentary that investigates lives of “British-Nigerians” and questions their closeness with the Nigerian culture. Unfortunately, philosophers would argue that the documentary sights too few examples who might as well be untypical examples and is also one-sided. Of course there are Nigerians abroad who yearn for home, but there are also those who are uninterested. Dayo Adeneye should have been specific by giving figures showing Nigerians who want to recognise with Nigeria and those who wouldn’t. Interviewing the other group would have been great. All in all this is a nice initiative with a bad execution.