Here comes another blockbuster movie from SD’n’O titled G.O (General overseer)
This movie is different from what you have seen before, a highly educative and entertaining movie, it will make you glued to your TV screen …… Dropping next week Monday 4th of June 2018
Staring : Dele Odule, Opeyemi Aiyeola, Ronke Odusanya, Jamiu Azeez, Remi Rebecca and many more…. Produced by SDnO
Packaged by Opeyemi Aiyeola
Directed by Okiki Afolayan
Marketed and Distributed by YUSROH

ENCOUNTER- The making

The creative Director Okiki Afolayan is on it again,
He’s currently on location for the weaving of educative movie here in Lagos, Nigeria, titled ENCOUNTER
Produced by Regina Chukwu .
The Movie stars Famous Actors and Actresses like Ibrahim Chatta, Dele Odule, Regina Chukwu, Opeyemi Aiyeola, Kunle Aford, Yinka Quadri, Ladi Folarin, Liz-da Silva and some other Fantastic Cast.
The movie is weaving brilliantly under Direction of OKIKI Afolayan…… Check the location’s pictures below


TAMPAN President Prince Dele Odule
Members of the Nigeria Theatre Arts and Motion Pictures Producers Association (TAMPAN) have commended Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State for introducing compulsory teaching of Yoruba language in institutions of learning in the Centre of Excellence.
TAMPAN, which has been championing the compulsory teaching of Yoruba language in South-West schools, described Ambode’s action as “commendable and worthy of emulation by other South-West governors”.
President of the association, Prince Dele Odule, said:
“With this pronouncement, Governor Ambode has shown that he is a listening governor by taking a right step in the right direction. Motion picture practitioners have been championing the enforcement of the teaching of undiluted Yoruba language in our schools. That is why we resolved that Yoruba language will solely be the medium of communication in our productions. We know the compulsory teaching of the language in schools will also project the image of our people which we have been doing in our movies for decades. Today, our prayers have been answered through the action of the governor.
“We strongly believe that the governor’s pronouncement will bring back lost glories and cultural values which have been lost due to massive cultural and language erosion through Western influence. We thank the governor for this innovation.
“As we commend Governor Ambode for this, we also urge him to look into the issue of piracy which is affecting intellectual property in films, music and novels. We strongly believe that if the state government is ready to wield the big stick by tackling piracy from the foundation, TAMPAN members will have cause to celebrate because their work will not be in vain.
“We also appeal to other South-West governors to ensure that piracy becomes history in their respective states. It is not in the best interest of anybody for intellectual property to be stolen at will by pirates”.
Odule also urged TAMPAN members to be of good characters in their respective states “by obeying the laws of the land”.
“You must be upright at all times because as entertainers, you are the mirror of the society. You must also pay your tax where you live and work”.
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