Good Home… Nelson Jombo’s new movie
Nollywood has always lensed societal issues. In fact, one of the reasons the industry has gained ground and has continued to have a grip on the movie crowd is the fact that the audience can relate to the narratives. With the present situation of the country, and choking societal ills that have victimized almost everyone directly or indirectly, producers are churning out narratives that interrogate the dark acts of humans and how some people have disrupted societies, vision through their uncontrollable selfish preoccupation.
One producer who has put out a work in this direction is Nelson Jombo, brother of the prolific actress, writer and producer Uche Jombo. Nelson who has a couple of movies to his credit, is offering Good Home, a story of human trafficking but from the perspective of the role played by the supposed entrepreneurs in the illicit trade.
It tells the story of the CEO of a trucking company, who is acquitted during a high profile human trafficking case. However, the CEO’s decision to engage in a legitimate business activity pitches him against a dodgy business partner.
Speaking on the movie, Nelson affirmed that the team paid attention to the minutest of details, as they aimed for excellence. He also disclosed that fleak would be showing exclusively on Iroko TV, Irokoworld, Channel 23, and Channel 211 on Star Times.
Directed by Edward Uka and produced by Nelson Jombo under the Nelson Jombo Production, Good Home features notable Nollywood actors such as Seun Akindele, Okey Uzoeshi, Vincent Opurum, and Maureen Okpoko.
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