The 2017 edition of the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF) came to a spectacular close with the presentation of the Globe Awards at the Eko Hotel Convention Center, Lagos on Saturday.
The Association of Movie Producers, AMP, and the Actors Guild of Nigeria, AGN, congratulated veteran Nollywood Actor, Olu Jacobs, as he turned 75 on Tuesday.
Produced by Vivian Williams and directed by Robert Peters
Oloibiri is a timely piece. It deserves all the rave and the accolades. Most importantly, Olobiri deserves a safe space in our historical archive; it is not a film that should be forgotten. It serves the right dose of education even for those that insist not to care.
The beloved actor could not hide his admiration for the good cinematic fortune and maturity his industry has attained in recent years, and urged practitioners to do more to make the country proud through further enhancement of the art of filmmaking.
The story of the sleepy community of Oloibiri in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, where crude oil was first discovered and exploited
Nollywood movie producer Emem Isong and her husband, Misodi Akama, last Sunday dedicated her twins, a boy and a girl, at the House on the Rock Church. She later had a party which was attended by Olu Jacobs, Rita Dominic, Chioma Akpotha, Mbong Amata, Beverly Naya, Nsikan Isaac, Susan Peters, Ufoma McDermott Adesua Etomi and others.
Veteran Nigerian actor - Olu Jacobs is 74 today.
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