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NEK® Video Links Ltd. is Nigeria's very first direct-to-video production company founded in the early 1990s. The company is best known for producing the first Igbo film in this country called Living in Bondage.

1st Logo (1992-1998)[]

Nek Video Links (1992)

Logo: On a blue background, we see "N" and "K" rotating. We also see "E" zooming in. They stop rotating and zooming in as they formed the word "NEK". The registered sign spins and slides in. The elipse with "VIDEO LINKS" in front of it zooms with trails of the text. The trails disappear as the elipse stops zooming in, forming the logo.

Variant: On Living in Bondage, after forming the logo, the elipse with "VIDEO LINKS" in front of it slides to right, and "NEK" spins and slides to left. "Presents" spins while zooming in.

FX/SFX: 2D computer animation. This is the first Nigerian film to create this logo.

Music/Sounds: A happy-sounding majestic theme.

Availability: Seen on Living in Bondage, Living in Bondage 2 and Died Wretched.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (1998-2005)[]

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3rd Logo (2005-2010)[]

Nek Video Links (2005)

CAUTION: Do not go on the website link, as the site is no longer active.

Nicknames: "The Personification Of All That Is Blender", "The First Logo To Be Made With Cheap CGI Software"

Logo: On a black background, we see the name of the company spinning from 180 degrees while zooming out. Then, the URL site slides in from down to up as the text stops.

FX/SFX: VERY cheap CGI animation, however understandable for a Nigerian logo.

Music/Sounds: TBA

Availability: Only known to appear on all four parts of Lost to Lust and Restitution.

Editor's Note: None.