Popular Yoruba actor, filmmaker, film director, film producer and politician, Femi Adebayo popularly known called Jelili has taken to social media to share pictures of the new house he'll use for his new movie.
For the past few days, Femi Adebayo started shooting his new movie titled 'Ile Alayo'. Ile Alayo, a comedy movie produced several years ago by Femi Adebayo and his father Adebayo Salami will be coming out as a series this time around.
In a recent post Femi Adebayo shared via his instagram page, the actor posted before and after pictures of the house they built to shoot the new movie. And while sharing the pictures, the Kwara born actor also revealed why they took such decision.
The talented actor said they needed a place that would give them a feel of the old Ile Alayo. But it seemed impossible due to how long the house will be needed. So they decided to build their own house which will be used for shooting the movie.
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As expected, as soon as Femi Adebayo shared these pictures, many people including popular Nigerian celebrities like Funke Akindele Bello, Toyin Abraham Ajeyemi and a host of others swiftly took to the comment section underneath the post to praise and hail Femi Adebayo.
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