|....with Mo Abudu, Tonye Cole & guest|
|...with Alh. Lai Mohammed|
|. ...with Susan Peters|
|Toyin Abraham & Omoni Oboli|
|Mr & Dr.Mrs Tony Elumelu & Omoni Oboli|
Despite the stress occasioned due to the petrol scarcity issue, the stars and celebrities defied all odds to attend the premiere of the sequel to the "Wives on Strike" film produced by one of the biggest names in the industry, in the person of the gorgeous "Omoni Oboli".
This new installment is titled "Wives on Strike revolution", and the message it tries to pass across is focused on the ills of domestic violence, though the film is comedic in nature, it still had a social message it wanted to pass across. The first installment which had been very well received, was focused on the ills of "child marriage" and it was very well received too, which might have been the reason for this sequel.
Wives on strike revolution has a hilarious comedic slant that would appeal to all and sundry, whilst passing the message across so easily also too. It stars such wonderful thespians like the irrepressible Sola Sobowale, the very versatile Ufuoma McDermott, the hilarious Odunlade Kolade, the comedic genius Julius 'the genius' Agwu, Kenneth Okonkwo, Chioma Akpotha, Elvina Ibru, Toyin Abraham, Uche Jumbo Rodriguez, the ever funny Chigul, Saka and Omoni Oboli herself.
The roll call of those that attended the premiere was staggering, it was led by the Minister for Information, Tourism & Culture himself, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, billionaire chairman of UBA and chairman of Heirs Holdings Tony Elumelu and wife, Executive Director at Sahara Energy Tonye Cole, Biola Alabi, Ali Baba and Mary Akpobome, Moyo Lawal, Susan Peters, founder and MD of Ebony Life TV Mo Abudu, the super talented OC Ukeje and very many others.
The film was so good according to those that attended, that at the end it got a standing ovation.
Kudos to Omoni Oboli, casts and crew for a good job well done. Maybe this is the movie that would give "The Wedding Party 2 Destination Dubai" a major run for its money.
More after the break.
|Dede Mabiaku & Omoni Oboli|
|Omoni Oboli & Mo Abudu|
|Denrele Edun & friends|
|Mary Akpobome, Omoni Oboli and Ali Baba|
|Alhaji Lai Mohammed|