Reel tape for making celuloid

Reel tape for making celuloid

Not less than 37 films were pushed into the market this week by the Yoruba Video Film Producers and Marketers Association of Nigeria (YOVIFPMAN) with effect from Monday, 17th June, 2013. They are Oju Asebi by Alawaye Ventures; Kudeti by Olasco Films; Iya Oko by Legend Pictures; Bebeto by Zainab Pictures; Gbemisola by Active Entertainment; Tori Owo by Lawlah His Grace and Dokita Ambibola by Yetqueen Films.

Others are Ojokan Ojo by De-Victory Home Entertainment; Fitila Me by Native Entertainment; Fikayomi by Ola-Oye Global Concept;  Rererun by Isolak Films;  Tobajewo Ni by Highwaves Videomart; Ona Egbin byAdemike Nigeria;  Emi Gigun by  Emsalum Movie Production; Ifa Iwa by Almaroof; Ipadabo Akogun by Lekog Concept; Anu Olorun by Bim Ultimate; Olorun Lologun by Okiki films; Oosa Ide by Jim World of Entertainment and Atunida by Afeezco films.

The rest are concluding part of films already in the market. They include Alenibare by Glamour World; Omo Ole by Asiri Video; Iyanje by Seadof;  Komfo by Okiki Films; Ajaga Ojiji by Asumo films; Omo Ju Omolo by Fullmoon; Elede Keji by Ten-ten Pictures; Mista Jerico by Suntab Films; Street Girls by  Zentury Pictures;  Ajaloleru by Corporate Pictures;  Apoti Ogo by Mercury Pictures; Orisa Ewe by Smallworld Productions and Ayewo by Toymax Films.


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