Wednesday, 7 September 2011

KAYODE FAYEMI’S GOOD VIRTUES EXTOLLED IN NEW MOVIE “OMO ILE YI” …As Nollywood Rebrands Osun with Ipinle Omoluabi

Subsequent to the immense contribution and his effort to make the country great and probably to stand his state out of other states in Nigeria, the governor of Ekiti State, Dr. Kayode Fayemi’s efforts have drawn the attention of top Nollywood Production company called Total Film Production to project a multi-million naira movie titled Omo Ile Yi, which displays the talent of top numerous stars like Funsho Adeolu, Femi Oriyomi, Taiwo Akinwande, Akin Lewis and others. This movie we scooped is being proposed to go on tour of all the local governments of the state before it will hit the cinemas. According to the CEO of the organization, Mr. Tunde Olaosebikan, he has a pivotal role to play in projecting a state positively, hence the decision of his company to embark on the production of a movie that preaches honesty as the cornerstone of honour and integrity. For a state that has the reputation of being the most educated state in the country, there is a compelling need to change the attitude of his indigene positively. The movie Omo Ile Yi provides a moral rejuvenation to lovers of good content Yoruba movie. We also learnt that the movie narrated the story of a lady born and brought up in the most difficult terrain but chooses to live a steadfast life despite the many temptations that came her way..
However, information also has it that as the indigenes of Osun State are preparing for the celebration of the one year of the state governor Raufu Aregbesola, on the seat before which he went through a difficult legal battle to claim his stolen mandate, the state has been named with another fantastic sobriquet “Ipinle Omoluabi”. To give momentum to his laudable re-branding project of Ogbeni Raufu Aregbesola, according to Mr. Olaosebikan, his company has just concluded a movie with the title “Ipinle Omoluabi”, which will exhibit the talent of Lizzy Anjorin, Sunkanmi Omobolanle, Akin Lewis and others. You might just probably need to watch out for these movies.

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