Photos Of Laide Bakare, Sanyeri, Murphy Afolabi, Others On The Set Of Movie, Amotekun
By ElizabethO | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 2342 views
Amotekun is a hit movie brought to you from the stable of Olasco Films. It's produced by Akeem Olatunji Balogun. And directed by Segun Ogungbe. They began the movie production a few days ago. And they are about to complete it. The movie features top actors such as Laide Bakare, Itele Icon, Wunmi Toriola, Sanyeri, Murphy Afolabi, Adekola Tijani and many others. Comic Yoruba actor, Sanyeri is playing a rugged role as lead actor in the movie. Same with Murphy Afolabi.
As we all know, The Amotekun are Western Security Movement established by Governors of the Western Part Of Nigeria, to curb the rate of insecurity, kidnapping, killings and armed robbery within their region. The movie is set to explain the Amotekun activities and other bandits who causes havoc in the Western States and Nigeria in general. Lovely photos from the movie scenes have been shared online, and it appears, they are all doing well in ensuring a good production.
Watch out for it.
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