Nollywood actor, Mr Ibu, plans film on xenophobia


Popular Nollywood actor, Mr John Okafor, says he is planning to shoot a movie highlighting the evils of xenophobia. Okafor, popularly known as Mr Ibu, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Friday that majority of the actors would be South Africans while others would be drawn from Nigeria, Liberia, Kenya, Ghana and Botswana. oakley pas cher He said that the script of the movie was being written by some gifted writers while planning and pre-production had commenced. “ I have plans to shoot a film on xenophobia. Air Max 90 Homme

I will use mainly South African actors who will work with others from Nigeria, Ghana, Liberia, Kenya and Botswana. Asics Pas Cher “ What I want to achieve in the movie is to turn the table around and help in promoting peace on the long run,’’ he said. Maglie Golden State Warriors Okafor also said that the film would be shot on locations in South Africa, Kenya and Botswana. ROSHE LD-1000 QS “ The pre-production is on now. Nike Air Max Goedkoop The scripting is also on. Nike Air Max Très pas cher When I return to Nigeria, we will meet with the directors and technical crew to discuss the effects of the plot. “ When the plot impacts on our thinking, then we would have achieved something, ” he said. The actor said the next phase would be to visit the concerned countries for auditions to determine those eligible to act in the film. Nike Air Max Thea Dames

Okafor said that Nollywood movie industry was still growing and would achieve set targets. Asics Gel Noosa męskie He also said he had done more than 300 movies since his debut in December, 1978. Womens Air Jordan 6 Mr Adetola Olubajo, President, Nigeria Union, said the body would partner with Okafor on a social cohesion programme. “ We are planning a programme aimed at creating synergy and social cohesion between Nigeria and South Africa.