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Femi Adebayo’s Agesinkole (King Of Thieves) premiere to hit London July 15

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Femi Adebayos cinema Blockbuster AGESINKOLE will premiere at Odeon Imax Greenwich London on Friday July 15th 2022.

Join Femi Adebayo and Toyin Abrahams Ajeyemi on the redcarpet.

Synopsis:
King of Thieves (Agesinkole) is a story of a popular town and prosperous kingdom of Ajeromi, things were going as good as it should be in the Ajeromi kingdom until Agesinkole, a powerful bandit and terrorist came to terrorize the peaceful and prosperous kingdom of Ajeromi, the Ajeromi Kingdom however sought to destroy this Agesinkole bandit with just every power within them including their hunters, witches, wizard and every powers they possess.

Starring:

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Femi Adebayo @femiadebayosalami
Toyin Abraham @toyin_abraham
Broda Shaggi @brodashaggi
Odunlade Adekola @odunomoadekola
Lateef Adedimeji @adedimejilateef
Ibrahim Chatta @ibrahimchatta_lordthespis
Aisha Lawal @aishalawal1
Peju Ogunmola @official_pejuogunmola
Dele Odule @deleodule_
Adebayo Salami @adebayo.salami

Produced by Femi Adebayo
Directed by: Adebayo Tijani @adebayotijani & Tope Adebayo @topeadebayosalami
DOP: Idowu Adedapo @mister_views

TIME: 8.30PM REDCARPET

MOVIE SCREENING: 10.30PM.

Early bird ticket now selling.

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Standard £20.00
VIP £ 45.00
VVIP £95.00

Early bird ticket ends 15th June 2022.

Tickets: Https://agesinkole.eventbrite.co.uk

Call 07724380031, 07496115260

UK PREMIERE PACKAGED BY TY Moore Concept @toyinmoore and Dapo Opayinka @iamdapoopayinka – BluecheekPictures.com @bluecheekpictures

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  1. Leke

    September 3, 2022 at 10:41 pm

    I have you

  2. Leke

    September 3, 2022 at 10:41 pm

    I like it 😊

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Barrifest 2024 holds in Ibadan

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A release by Secretary of the BarryFest, Asiwaju Ademola Adesingbin indicated that the event would hold between February 9, 2024 when Barrister would have clocked 76 and February 10, 2024.

We are going to observe a special birthday Jumat Prayer at the Muftau Lanihun Mosque, Ibadan. Later, we are going to unveil a Cenotaph in memory of Barrister on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway,” he said.

According to Adesingbin, a gala night would wrap up the Day One at the Ilaji Hotel and Resort, Akanran, Ibadan.

“On Day Two, that is, February 10, we are going to host invited guests such as Senator Sharafadeen Abiodun Alli, Yeye Adunola Oredolapo Adesuyi while Director General of the National Orientation Agency (NOA), Mallam Lanre Issa Onilu will deliver a paper as guest Speaker.”

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After the lecture, premiere of the first episode of Fuji documentary titled “Mr Fuji Barry Wonder” by a US-based Professor Saheed Aderinto will hold; followed by presentation of award and live performances by fuji musicians.

“We have done all we should to host yet another historic event in honour of Alhaji Barrister who remains our source of joy 13 years after his death,” Adesingbin said

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40years after, Haruna Ishola’s Son, Wasiu Eulogise Father

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It was a memorable event where notable personalities gathered to give the Apala music legend, Alhaji Haruna Ishola Bello (MON) a befitting 40 years remembrance of his demise and great impact he made in the music industry.

The event which was held in 2 different locations, his hometown in Ijebu Igbo and grand reception in Lagos were moments to celebrate his great works and legacies left for his children.

At his home town, the family held a week long events of commissioning of boreholes and official opening of a central Mosque among other activities to eulogised the man who pioneer Apala music in Nigeria.

With the train moving to Lagos, the LTV 8 premises was filled with family,friends and fun lovers who witnessed Cleric prayers for the family , unveiling of some music works of the legend and his children who are into music and live performances of artists in different genre of music.

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The Lagos event was attended by business icons,show promoters, media personalities, celebrities to mention just a few.

The concluding electrifying performance of Wasiu Haruna Ishola sealed the day as he dishes out old tunes from his father and newer collections from his stable.

In show of appreciation to those who supported the events morally and financially , representing the entire family, Wasiu Haruna Ishola gave a vote of thanks and pray for all in attendance.

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‘Mami Wata’, ‘Anikulapo’ Shine As Burkina Faso, Senegal Win Big At 19th AMAA [FULL LIST]

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Kunle Afolayan’s 2022 epic movie, ‘Anikulapo’, and C.J. Obasi’s multiple award-winning ‘Mami Wata’ were among the winners at the 19th edition of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), which took place on Sunday, October 29.

Both film made Nigeria proud at the event that was hosted at the Balmoral Convention Centre in Lagos by Nancy Isime, Rahama Sadau, and Ghana’s Richard Ato Turkson.

‘Anikulapo’ won the Ousmane Sembene Award for Best Film in an African Language, and also earned Afolayan an award for Best Production Design, while ‘Mami Wata’ won the Precious Arebamen Prize for Best Achievement in Make-Up, Achievement in Cinematography and Best Nigerian Film.

However it was the Senegalese 2022 thriller ‘Xale’ that went home with the highly-coveted Best Film plaque, in addition to three other awards.

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The ceremony also produced its first Best female director as the Best Director award went to 47-year-old talented Byrkinabe filmmaker, Apolline Traore, for her film ‘Sira’. The film also won in the Best Sound category.

The event featured touching tributes to the late founder of AMAA, Peace Ogechi Anyiam-Osigwe, who passed away earlier in January.

The colourful ceremony witnessed performances by Nigeria Idol’s superstar, Zadok and Kcee among others. It also honored a few veterans, including actor Charles Olumo, popularly known as Agbako, with a lifetime achievement award for more than 60 years of contribution to Nigeria’s film industry.

Here are the Winners of the Academy Awards (AMAA) in various categories:

Efere Ozako Award for Best Short Film
– Winner: “Lions” – Ethiopia
Jubril Malaifia Award for Best Animation
– Winner: “Jabari” – Ghana
Best Documentary
– Winner: “Le Spectre de Boko Haram” – Cameroon
Ousmane Sembene Award for Best Film in an African Language
– Winner: “Anikulapo” – Nigeria
Michael Anyiam Osigwe Award for Best Film by an African-born director Living Abroad
– Winner: “KOFA” – Nigeria/Canada
Best Diaspora Short Film
– Winner: “Raw Materials” – Jamaica
Best Diaspora Documentary
– Winner: “Sound of the Police” – United States
Best Diaspora Narrative Feature
– Winner: “Our Father, The Devil” – United States
Best Achievement in Production Design
– Winner: “Anikulapo” – Nigeria
Best Achievement in Costume Design
– Winner: “Xalé” – Senegal
Best Achievement in Make-Up
– Winner: “Mami Wata” – Nigeria
Best Achievement in Soundtrack
– Winner: “Fight Like a Girl” – Rwanda
Best Achievement in Visual Effects
– Winner: “Gangs of Lagos” – Nigeria
Best Achievement in Sound
– Winner: “Sira” – Burkina Faso
Best Achievement in Cinematography
– Winner: “Mami Wata” – Nigeria
Best Achievement in Editing
– Winner: “Omen” – Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
Best Achievement in Screenplay
– Winner: “Xalé” – Senegal
National Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) Award for Best Nigerian Film
– Winner: “Mami Wata”
Best Young/Promising Actor
– Winner: Maleek Sanni for “Gangs of Lagos”
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
– Winner: Jimmy Jean-Louis for “Rise” – United States
Best Actress in a Supporting Role
– Winner: Rokhaya Niang for “Xalé” – Senegal
Best Actor in a Leading Role
– Winner: Tobi Bakre for “Brotherhood” – Nigeria
Best Actress in a Leading Role
– Winner: Nse Ikpe-Etim for “4-4-44 (Four Four Forty-Four)” – Nigeria
Debut Feature by a Director
– Winner: Baloji for “Omen” – DRC
Best Director
– Winner: Apolline Traore for “Sira”
Best Film
– Winner: “Xalé” – Senegal

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