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Mike Ezuruonye’s Brother Jekwu in cinema after impressive premiere

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Popular Nollywood actor cum producer, Mike Ezuruonye’s debut production, Brother Jekwu, opened in cinemas across the country yesterday, December 2.

This came after an impressive premiere last Sunday, November 27, that had major Nigerian celebrities in attendance, including Ufomma MacDermott; Omoni Oboli; Mercy Aigbe Gentry; Oge Okoye; Iyabo Ojo; Dayo Amusa; Bimbo Thomas; Eniola Badmus; Fathia Balogun; and Yaw.

The movie stars talented actors and comedians, such as Ezuruonye; Angela Okorie; Funny Bone; Wofaifada; Nedu; Klint D Drunk; Huddah Monroe; Sabrina Stadler; and so many more.

Brother Jekwu is set in Kenya and Nigeria and stresses on the adventure of travelling abroad in search of greener pastures, love and the beauty of Africa.

Directed by Charles Uwagbai, the comedy tells the story of a village man with native intelligence that is full of adventure, proud and conceited.

He is lucky to make it to Kenya on the bill of his corrupt cousin, where he gets lost in a tale of his adventure while exploring a new land and his encounter with other folks and two beautiful ladies led to the various comical scenes that add a twist to the story.

Ezuruonye stated after the glam premiere that Brother Jekwu is different from the regular comedy movie on sale.

He said: “Brother Jekwu highlights more on the fast rise of individuals seeking to leave their different homes in search of greener pastures.

“It also stresses on love and generally the art and aesthetics of Africa, while leaving the audience in amusement and tears.”



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