Friday, 13 March 2015
Monday, 9 February 2015
Ahead of its Nigeria release the movie, Tempting Fate, last weekend premiered to positive reviews at the 2015 Pan Africa Film Festival.
A visibly excited Kevin Nwankwor, the movie director, said his goal is to make a movie that breaks cultural boundaries with great lessons that affects our daily life. This heart- touching movie is an official selection film chosen to be premiered at the 2015 Pan African Film Festival at the very prestigious Rave Cinema in Hollywood, and also at the USA Indie Fest.
Produced by KevStel Group Production and billed for release in cinemas across Nigeria during the long Easter weekend, ‘Tempting Fate’ is a heart touching film that depicts deep brotherly love, betrayal and forgiveness, the movie explores a plot where two different paths in life can be taken with an unintended outcome. According to the director ‘Tempting Fate’ is a “must see” film for everyone.
Monday, 2 February 2015
Friday, 30 January 2015
P-Square Buries Dad In Style
Chief Moses Okoye, the father of Peter and Paul Okoye of P-Square fame was buried today, Friday, 30 January, 2015 at his hometown in Ifitedunu, Anambra State.
His last journey home started on Thursday with a Service of Songs. After the event, P-Square paid a courtesy visit to the monarch of the village.
On Friday, the burial mass was held at St. Gabriel Catholic Church, Ifitedunu.
Wednesday, 28 January 2015
Monday, 26 January 2015
Once again, It seems Nigeria's top blogger, Linda Ikeji has been called out by another celebrity. This time it is actress, Funke Akindele.. He Lawyer just served Linda Ikeji papers asking her to apologize for her post or get ready to go to court. When i went through the story, it seems, Linda carried a story which suggested that Funke Akindele, called out fellow actress, Toyin Aimaku after gists flew around that they were separated. I for one did not see anything wrong in the story as Linda was very careful with her words and never said anything definite. It will be interesting to see things play out.
(see papers after the cut)