Wetin Women Want ready for February 9
Joining the league of great movies to be screened, starting February 9, this year, is Abiodun Jimoh’s directed Wetin Women Want.
The movie is an expose on what women want in a relationship and the confusion that comes with understanding the needs of women.
It stars some of Nollywood’s best in creating a cinema magic that can get the audience glued to their screen till the final credits are rolled, including Daniel K Daniel, Katherine Obiang, Mercy Aigbe, Oge Okoye, Adaora Ukoh, Anthony Monjaro and Jumoke Odetola.
The new movie enjoys the credibility of award-winning Jimoh, who has won two consecutive Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) in 2016 with Bisola Ofege, and last year with Somewhere In The Dark.
Will Wetin Women Want raise the award plaque numbers to three this year? Time will tell.
But speaking on the new movie, Jimoh expressed excitement and optimism on the opportunities it has at the cinema, saying: “We have made a very good movie. We have put into consideration the fans who will part with their hard-earned money to watch this movie and we believe that we have created magic that can keep them glued to their seats at the cinemas till the end credits roll in.”
On what distinguishes the movie from other competitors, he said: “Wetin Women Want is not a regular Nollywood movie of romance, but a movie that delves into managing relationship and depicting what women want in various fashion.
“It opens in the cinemas from February 9, this year and I am promising that everyone who comes out to see this movie will be blown away.”
The movie is produced by Seun Oloketuyi.
WAP Expands Its Social Marketing Unit
Over the years, Wale Adenuga Productions (WAP), through its Social Marketing Unit, has partnered with the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP); Unilever; Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC); Society for Family Health (SFH); Nutri-Milk; National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) and several other reputable organisations to produce specialised television programmes and live stage performances that not only entertain, but also strategically and subtly integrate sponsors’ socially-conscious and marketing messages to the audiences effectively.
This year, WAP has gone great lengths to increase the capacity of its Social Marketing Unit, in terms of personnel and equipment, to meet up with the increasing demand from federal and state agencies, non-governmental organisations and corporate entities interested in the opportunity to use Superstory TV Drama and Papa Ajasco Reloaded TV Comedy to get their messages delivered to millions of their target audiences.
According to Wale Adenuga Jnr., Managing Director of WAP: “This expansion of our Social Marketing Unit is a welcome development for all parties concerned, as we can now partner with more organisations and deliver projects with even higher qualities.”
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