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COVID-19 pandemic, still with us


Positive reactions have continued to trail the just-released short movie, Still With Us.

Premiered at the April General Assembly of the Junior Chamber International, the film stresses the need for everyone to follow all COVID-19 protocols so as to stem the spread of the virus, as it is still very much around.


While expressing delight at the movie premiere, JCI Nigeria’s National President, Abiola Olorunnisola, thanked the local organisation for creating such content to sensitise the public on COVID-19 spread, advising that it should be encouraged.

In the same vein, JCI’s International’s Vice President, Tetiwe Nzimah, also commended the JCI Ikeja on the brilliant move to position the local organisation for global relevance through the short movie.

Nzimah said the movie would sensitise millions of people on how to remain on top of their game to beat the virus.


She also urged them to improve the movie by subtitling it in different languages to further expand the reach for the movie to create more effect.

Speaking on the project, the 2021 Local Organisation President, Tricia Inalu said that the movie was shot and produced to further sensitise the world that COVID-19 is still ravaging the world and JCI Ikeja has decided to communicate the solution to the world through the short movie.

The quintessential filmmaker, Usman ‘Blackky’ Ogunlade, directed the short film.


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