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Woli Arole’s The Call’ Hits Cinemas Today

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The journey of a thousand mile starts with a step. For Oluwatoyin Bayegun popularly known as Woli Arole, his journey into filmmaking started two years ago with him venturing into the entertainment scene as a sketch comedian promoting his art across various social media platforms.

So far, he has advanced to the status of producer with his debut film ‘The Call’ which premiered recently at the Filmhouse cinemas, Lekki, Lagos.

The James Abinibi directed comedic offering’s plot revolves around themes as purpose, dream, and vision.

Reprising his role as Woli Arole, he and his league of wealth thirsty friends embarked on a journey to pawn an antique clock which unfortunately spelled doom for the group and ultimately led to the manifestation of Arole’s clairvoyance.

The premiere’s ambience was one of warmth. Receiving the support of close friends and family, it turned into a momentous evening when his parent took to the red carpet to support their son’s work.

This support even goes beyond the poses on the platform as his mother also played a minor role in the movie. Also present to show support was fellow sketch comedian Frank Donga.

With a cast line-up that comprised Segun Arinze, Afeez Oyetoro, Kelvin Ikeduba, Yinka Quadri, Samuel Ajibola and Etinosa Idemudia, the peculiar idiosyncrasies that characterise the suburbs of Ibadan city was well represented in the movie; ranging from its multi-cultural diversities to the simple everyday life of its residence.

Confident that the film’s essence will capture the interest of comedy lovers around the country, Arole believes ‘The Call’ would attain a good level of success at the cinemas.

“It’s a call for me. I just felt I should something more than sketch. It is good when you start from something, but when you progress and evolve, so that is just me showing another part of me that people should enjoy.

“I have had the dream of shooting the movie ever since, but the whole process from Pre-production. Post-production and production have taken close to two years for me. I just wanted something different, something that people would not imagine Arole would do, and something that would have a message,” he said.

‘The Call’ will be available to the general public today across major cinemas.

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Policeman Opens Car Door For BBNaija’s Ozo In Viral Video

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Evicted Big Brother Naija housemate, Ozo has been trending for the good reasons. After his eviction, he has been embarking on a media tour to make himself accessible to the people and to also answer some questions about some of the things he did while in the house.

A viral video that has received the attention of the public is the moment a police officer opened his car door for him. The public has been reacting to the video as others are saying he doesn’t deserve such honor.

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Woman Flaunts Her 2 Husbands, Says ‘Marrying 2 Men Is Greater Than Marrying One’

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A lady has taken to popular micro-blogging platform to show off her two husband’s as she gushed over them.

According to the lady identified as Brisbane, in her social media post used the mathematical Greater Than sign (>>>>to indicate that marrying two men is greater then marrying one man.

She shared photos of herself and the two men in her life who looked very happy and satisfied with the polyamorous relationship.

Captioning the images, Brisbane wrote ;

Marrying 2 men>>>> marrying 1

 

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BBNaija: Laycon Reveals That He Has Sickle Cell

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Big brother Naija housemate, Laycon’s isn’t that fierce as he reveals his blood group to be SC.

LAYCON Recently REVEALED HIS GENOTYPE TO BE SC – A hemoglobin that carries symptoms similar to those of Sickle Cell disease, but milder.

I think this should explain his looks and body structure and I hope this gives us a reason not to body shame anyone because you just never can tell what they are going through.

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