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Photos: Nollywood UK Actors Guild Members At Murderer In Law Movie Premiere In Greenwich

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Wednesday July 1st, 2015 – Pictures: Nollywood UK Actors Guild Members At Murderer In Law Movie Premiere In Greenwich London

The London Premiere of Murderer -in-law held last Friday,26th june 2015 @ the popular Odeon cinema, Greenwich was massive and all cast and crew were in attendance.

Also in attendance were Nigerian Uk based Mayors, Ex-Mayors, councillors. Also prominent on the red carpet are UK Based Nollywood stars, Members of the Nollywood UK Actors Guild,

Producers, The patron of the Actors guild Mr.J Emore, Zafaa CEO Sam Anwuzia, Dr Boma Douglas &wife,
The President of Canuk Babatunde Loye,Veteran Director Ruke Amata, Veteran Actress Victoria Inyama
Dipo Winsala CEO Nollywood Movies, Mrs P. Abraham ,Godwin Osabutey,Ayo Oyebade, Moses Babatope
CEO Talking Drum, Kene Nkparu CEO Film House, Ify Okeke (Sufunmi in the film) was represented by the mum, Numerous TV Stations including NTA,AIT,BEN TV,NOLLYWOOD MOVIES TV just to mention a few.

The Premiere was organised /Promoted by Theodora PR the official media partner/Consultant owned by the Pr Supremo Theodora Ibekwe-Oyebade also an actress in the film and Associate producer.

The film was written and Produced by Tolulope Yesufu and the MC of the nite was UKs media guru



  1. priscilla

    July 1, 2015 at 3:30 AM

    I love the blue carpet concept, it is better looking than red colour


    July 1, 2015 at 5:10 PM

    This congregation of UK based Nollywood and Actors Guild of Nigeria is a true representative of what a real Nollywood should look like. The participants cut across tribal lines as all tribes present were a microcosm of non tribal fraternity, non tribal affinitive and non tribal affiliations of a unified Nigeria everyone dreams about. Unlike what pertains at home in Nigeria where one single tribe has turned the so called “Nollywood” into a tribal organisation and, controvercially hop in and out of court everyday in order to outstage each other for supremacy; an attititude that has become a negative trade mark of a tribe and, one which serves as source of political disunity even long after fighting and loosing a needless civil war. Nigeria is a nation of great people, might and minds but, certainly cannot harness that greatness under a condition of inward-looking tribal affiliations which had gone on for decades without any positive results. The hijackers of Nollywood should release their stranglehold on the organisation so as to rip it of tribal colourisation and to allow it achieve its real mandate of a national organisation where Nigerian arts and culture can flourish without tribal fraternity suspecions.

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