Nigerian legal television series
The Wedding Party 2 will premiere on the 10th of December 2017. Mo Abudu, CEO of EbonyLife TV, made the announcement earlier today. The theme of the premiere is "Arabian Nights" and according to Mo, it is set to be the biggest premiere of 2017.
With the cast of the original film returning for another wedding, and the addition of Patience Ozorkwo & Chiwetalu Agu, the sequel to this promises to be even more colourful and twice as funny,
Meet the In-Laws is enjoyable. It has the perfect timing too. You will have a good time watching this one; you can catch it on iRoko TV.
What do you know about the people that direct the films you enjoy? Some directors are popular and this makes their films popular, but others have popular films and are unknown.
Variety, America’s top film site compares Makama’s work to Spike Lee’s early films. Variety critic writes, “Nigerian newcomer Abba Makama makes a bold move and brash debut with Green White Green”.
The Arbitration never names feminism, but it dangles it in front of the audience constantly. In spite of Ireti Doyle’s omnipresent smirk at Dara’s claims, the film attempts, somewhat successfully to carry out what Section 357 of the Criminal Code Act always seems to struggle with in present day Nigeria.