‘In A Strange Land’, A Star Stud London Premier Which Drove A Message Home!

The anticipated London premieres of In a Strange Land, took place on Friday, June 9th, 2017. The Anti-Slavery/Human trafficking movie by Inspiration Production, produced by Actress Roseline Sanni-Ajose and directed by Teri Ekuerahare received a well-deserved applause and congratulatory message from attendees.

Co-produced by William Keme, In a Strange Land is an emotional movie which focused on Modern slavery in the form of abuse and human trafficking mostly in the UK.

The premiere night was attended by exceptional people who cares and wants to make a stop to this issue. Amongst them includes; Kevin Hyland OBE, UK’s first independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner aims and is leading efforts to tackle modern slavery and human trafficking. Kevin Hyland OBE is the United Kingdom’s first Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner. His primary objective is to tackle and improve modern slavery and human trafficking in the UK and internationally.

Also in attendance was Debbie Aryio, founder and Chief Executive of; Africans Unite Against Child Abuse (AFRUCA). Mayor of Greenwich, Olu Babatola, individuals from the Nigerian High Commissioner, Babatunde Loye, Cllr Obajimi Adefiranye of Borough Council and his wife, Actors and actresses from Nollywood UK amongst others.

The star of the night and the brain behind the movie is an Actress, Producer, Theater Nurse and mother of 2; Roseline Sanni- Ajose looked elegant and beautiful for the evening, and most importantly, was excited to present her latest movie to the world in hopes of fighting the issue of Modern Slavery.

All the casts and crew were also present, at the event which started and finished on time. Amongst them was the amazing actress, Ngozi Thompson Igwebike who played an exceptional role. Sam Obiago, Toyin Moore, Larry King, Judith Chukwu, Lucien Morgan, MA Benson, Kevwe Gogunje amongst others also played an amazing role.

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  1. A movie premier in London and what is the different with the movie premier in Nigeria, no, I can’t see anything difference

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