THANKS TO OUR 200 MILLION VIEWERS!

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Don’t worry you don’t need to take off your glasses to re-check that! It is what it is! One follower or one viewer on Ogefash blog is counted in a million. So you now understand what I mean by 200 million viewers.

You all made it possible! Thank you to the over 200,000 views, next is 1 million and millions and billions by God’s grace. We love you #Always on Ogefash Blog.

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HOW OGEFASH BLOG EVOLVED “BITCHES FE KI OGEFASH HIBERNATE; BUT I AM ACTUALLY…”

OGEFASH’S STORY SO FAR

By Oge Nwabueze

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Wow! Can’t believe Ogefash Blog has come this far; thanks to God first, those following Ogefash blog, those just visiting the blog and to those reading and commenting on our contents. Thanks also to me also for the determination and zeal I put into what I do. For you all, it was worth staying awake most nights when most people were fast asleep to do creative write-ups.

I started out as an aspiring actress in my secondary school days at the International School Lagos, Unilag. But then, when I was in the Senior class, I was doing some few write ups, but they were basically love and sexual poems. So, as I was saying, I pursue this acting o. I was so passionate “or should I say obsessed” about acting. I over pursued acting career that it soon started pursuing me (Away perhaps!). Despite the difficulty in getting a breakthrough in the acting world, I still did not give up. I found a way to contact (That time, I dey quickly get actors’ contacts wella) Nollywood music composer/movie producer-Mr. Mike Nliam who advised that I should first of all get a University degree before pursuing a career in acting; his advice with that of my parents (Mr. and Mrs. Nwabueze) is the reason I am who I am today.

But then, “acting” still dey do me for body and I want people to be viewing me on television, so once in a while I still hustled my way to Surulere where those movie makers and actors stayed with the hope of meeting the right person to feature in his/her movie, but I didn’t (Although, that time, I never chop boldness wey I chop now). I was actually not meeting the right set of people. I remember when my old friend (Beatrice) and I met with a producer @Kengold; all he kept asking from us was “Manya” as in “Beer”. The desire to be a Nollywood actress continued till after my secondary school days. After secondary school, the desire to be a Nollywood star started sliping from my priority list since I was not getting the desired breakthrough. The celebrities “R-I-G” (Can you fix their names?) I even spoke to/met were great snubs, and producers/directors were looking for voluptuous ladies with some kind of features that are not probably in the dictionary to feature in their movies. In those days, getting a role wasn’t about the money “wey you get” but your physique, pretty face, as in perfection; oshisco peperepe, perfection is the disease of the nation, Beyonce has kukuma said in her song “pretty hurts.” Anyway, to feature in Nollywood movies these days, as in to get a role in the movie industry (whether na waka pass or pass waka you see), you must have “money, ego, kudi, owo”  in your “apo” as in pocket which different film schools obtain from their students through the ridiculous and exorbitant fee they charge for school. I tried different acting schools then but I couldn’t enter because their fees were high and are still high now.

Since acting was becoming  a herculean task to achieve, I decided to focus more on my modeling career. Dis it work? Forwhere; na zero o. I even went to Linda Ikeji’s Modeling agency. Linda  used me do shakara ofuma (plenty); I did not even know that she was struggling then too. Omo, for this world, na this our cloth dey cover people o!

Moving on, did I mention to you that I love to make hair? Sorry, I forgot to do that. Well I was also passionate about styling people’s hair; I did not particularly learn hairdressing, just a perfect gift from God to me. I was also making purses; I did a lot of creative works but all these were not giving me fulfillment.

So in the year 2014, I set up a “Free” blog and named it “Ogefash blog” but I did not make use of it. Although, I already knew that the contents to be blogged would be what we presently blog about on the blog; since there was no one doing that in my country and in most part of the world. So why did I not start blogging in year 2014? As at that time, I was looking for quick legit money, not some money that it would take years before you start seeing money from it. So I searched tirelessly for jobs. I got my first job two years after NYSC. It was a media job at Spur magazine owned by Mr.Faleye. Mr. Faleye was a nice boss but a rigid one. He had no idea about managing staff; he felt he had the money to fire and recruit new staff. I just had to leave the place because the manner at which he was sacking people brought fear in me and was affecting my thinking and write-ups. But before leaving Spur magazine, I emptied my account and gave one of my colleagues-Ben money to buy a fairly used laptop for me since I intended to keep on writing even I don’t have an employer. Did Ben buy the laptop? No, he squandered my money. Oneday, I asked Ben for my money and he said we should meet at Computer village where he would pay the laptop seller instead. Ben was just deceiving me; the first tme someone whould ever deceive me. What did he do? He took me round computer village like someone searching for a good laptop for me. It dawned on me that Ben came to Computer village with an empty pocket when I decided to stick with one laptop in order to put an end to the computer hunt. I cried all day. I just had to get Barrister Kemi Akintayo involved to make him cough out the money. Luckily, he got a better job with an oil company and he was able to pay the money. The jackass had no remorse for what he did because he felt he was working in a big place.

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Finally, I got “me” a laptop and I continued writing short stories non-stop. I even did freelance writing for years for the man who ows “upcoming” magazine. The man did not pay me shishi, I was pitying him thinking he did not have the money not knowing that this man was actually getting a paid advert from “Central bank of Nigeria”; na wa o, na wa for my people.

All this while, I still had the “free Ogefash blog (www.ogefash.wordpress.com)”but I did not use it cause I was still searching for papapa (As in quick) money.

Again, I started searching for jobs, luckily my wonderful aunt- Aunty Gertrude Nwabueze whom I used to make hair for then, had a daughter- late Mrs. Perpetual Olisachukwuma (Terrific one, may your soul keep resting in peace) that was working in a big school- Heritage House. I told her I wanted to teach, but there was no vacancy for that so she did her possible best to give me a job in the school. I worked as an After school supervisor. During my time, I had great kids with great minds. While I was working there, I was also writing a novel titled “Looming danger.”  Which I intended to launch before leaving the school. After two years I realized that I wasn’t meant to be in that place coupled with the fact that the Business manager of the school then was frustrating herself not me; I can’t even mention her name self on my page. After the launching of my first novel “Looming danger”, where no one from the school showed up except (Mrs. Ikhianosime and my late cousin- Mrs Perpetual Olisachukwuma and one parent (The Adetimehins) out of the dozens of them that I have), she even had the gut, the nerve to tear my novel in my presence and say to me “That is your parting gift!” I guess that’s her “parting gift” if you know what I mean.

So, early December I dropped my resignation letter at Heritage. So like I said at the launching of the book, the real people I invited did not show up. All the  Nwabuezes that I invited even through the family Whatsapp page did not show up, dem kukuma did not even say congratulations or pray for a breakthrough towards my writing career. The only Nwabuezes that showed up were siblings (Azubuilke and Dumebi). Oh, I have another sibling, her name is Augusta, you can call her Meme too. She did not show up, but her husband who doesn’t seem like me at all came around. Yeah, four of my cousins came also @ “Bro Nwanne Nwabueze, Bro Chiwuize Nwabueze, Aunty Perpetual Nwabueze olisachukwuma and Chidinma Ndidi.” Yeah, my mummy’s brother, who is also my uncle- Mr. Afobunor came around, he was even on the high table, but till today, I have not seen the money he pledged towards the book. Infact all the people on the highttable plegdged only with their mouth, but I did not see anything from them. Thanks to the Akinwales who came to the high table surprisingly and donated 10k, thanks also to the unplanned chairman who donated 10k; it is well sha. To be honest, after my book launch, I have learnt never to expect anything from someone. I have learnt never to believe in most people when it comes to money matters. My Delta friend- Ifeoma was even the worst of all. I can’t even believe I called her a friend; her story is for another day.

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(Order a copy of Looming danger by Oge Nwbueze via ogefash @gmail.com or call Barrister Ayeni @ 08027154080 or Mr. Raphael Nwabueze @ 08027436998)

Phew! Again, I still dumped the blog looking for jobs but all I saw was rubbish jobs with rubbish employers so I quit them. One day, a big international writing contract for one year came my way; that gave me the opportunity to run a business blog rather than a free blog. I also got a home tutorial job @ the Adetimehins. Through the international writing job, God revealed to me that “writing” was the career he wants me to do. So I paid for “Ogefash Blog’ in 2017 and made it official. So, again, I went to broadcast on pages to family and friends to visit and follow my blog. It was a surprise to people that I could own a blog knowing well that this “Ogefash” never get money. So after announcing my blog, they spied the blog but never followed.

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The beginning was not easy at first, getting traffic and followers on the blog. Realizng the importance of followers on a blog, I went all out to different streets daily and beseeched hundreds of people to follow Ogefash blog with my blog domain and details on a small card. And most gave me the assurance that they would follow my blog. So, I always went back home smiling with the hope of seeing about half of the people follow Ogefash Blog; readers, I only returned to see zero followers.

Again, I told my various families, I felt since I had thousands of them, I would also have thousands of followers. I beseeched all of them to follow several times but none of them followed me, and none is still following”Ogefash” blog as I pen down this “Ogefash’s story”, but the good thing about immediate family is that they would always have your back. So my siblings @Mr. Raphael Nwabueze @Mrs. Meme Nwabueze Adeleye @Mrs. Dumebi Ayeni followed my blog.

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Moving on, I felt it was normal for my in-laws to follow me but they did not. “Mo fi ara so, mo fi oju,” so I used all methods to make them follow, until my first in-law- @ Mr. Adeleye had reluctantly followed me only to unfollow me almost immediately, I guess he thinks I wont find out.

I moved to the church and told them to follow, but they did not. I told friends to follow, no follows from them. I told my former colleagues at Spur Magazine to follow my blog, but they didn’t, instead one of them was trying to find out how she would own a blog like mine; you better wake up!

I had practically opened my blog to a friend of mine that I call Mr. Seun Okalawon and he said “Okay, this is your blog? Don’t worry now, I will follow it when I get home” Should I say he is yet to get home, cause as I pen down my “Ogefash’s story so far”, he is yet to follow. When I remind him, he would laugh and say the same thing “Don’t worry, I would follow.”

At that point, I knew I was the only one that could push “me.” I became a promoter and started promoting my blog all through various means. So I went to Unilag, walked round the school and shared a card with my blog name, told people about the blog and pleaded with them to follow. I am sure I met with hundreds of people and told them to follow my blog. Guess how many that followed? Zero.

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But then, I was not deterred. I already made a decision to become a full time blogger and kept on writing, even though most people had written me off. In their voice “Let me see how she would survive” They said how can she say she wants to be a full time blogger, some said “Is it only this writing you want to be doing.” Many mocked me at my back but I kept on pushing…

But then, I knew I wanted to write for the world to see. I wanted to share my ideas with people, I wanted to do detailed writing in an interesting way, I wanted to be of help to those that were looking for information on music, movies, adverts and more. I decided to be the first from my country doing detailed synopsis and review of movies both foreign and local, I decided to be the first in the world doing a total breakdown of songs explaining each line, verse, chorus, pre chorus, bridge, the first in the world to write all that is entailed in an advert; I bless God for his wisdom

So, when these things were happening, I decided not to focus on the followers, but to channel my energy into doing lots of unique reviews. So, I kept on writing even though the daily traffic was morsel. I am not where I want to be yet, but I can tell you I am not where I was 2 years ago.

Gradually, Ogefash blog grew and it is still growing. We have lots of followers via mail and WordPressPhotoGrid_1562248391166.

 

 

You made this possible, yes, thanks to God, to you and me again. Ogefash blog contents have been viewed in over 200 countries. Mostly viewed in US, next to South Africa and thirdly Nigeria. US traffic is like times five of South Africa and Nigeria. From about 376 views in 2017 to over 200,000 views now. You all did it! I am international now!

Still stay with us in the few month left to end 2019. We love U#Always

“Ding dong! Must be the whip that I ordered” Who did I order the whip for? Bitches! Awon (those) bitches fe ki (want me) Ogefash hibernate, but I am actually getting hotter. So who are the bitches? The unfriendly friends that are not following my blog but are always monitoring my traffic every now and then. Bitches are also the people that don’t want my progress and the progress of Ogefash Blog. You know what? I have got gist for you, Ogefash will hit a million in few days’ time, get ready to choke bitch! Bitches be pressed! Just like the Cardi B said in her song “Press!”.

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SYNOPSIS TO THE MOVIE: BABEJE

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BABEJE

CAST

SAHEED  OLANREWAJU BELLO ACTED AS BOLAJI; WUNMI TORIOLA ACTED AS DARASIMI;  TUNDE USMAN ACTED AS OKELE; NKECHI BLESSING SUNDAY ACTED AS FADEKEMI; PETERS IJAGBEMI ACTED AS CHARLES; ADAMS KEHINDE ACTED AS JIDE; PEJU JOHNSON ACTED AS CYNTHIA; HABIBAT JINAT ACTED AS TEJU; BUKUNMI OLUWASINA ACTED AS ADEOLA;  AISHA LAWAL ACTED AS DOCTOR; OMOTAYO ADEFEYE ACTED AS BIKE MAN;  AKEEM ADEYEMI ACTED AS DEMOLA; AFEEZ IBRAHIM ACTED AS AZ; KEMI ADEBAYO ACTED AS DUPE; KOLAWOLE MERCY ACTED AS STAFF; WALE ARANSIOLA ACTED AS CLIENT; GBENGA OSHINAIGA ACTED AS MR. SAGBA; BUKOLA OLATUNJI ACTED AS JUMOKE; IREWOLE OLANIYAN ACTED AS JIDE’S GIRLFRIEND; OLAWUNMI DEBORAH ACTED AS GIRL; ADEJOLA TOBILOBA ACTED AS GIRL; OLUWASEGUN IFEOLUWA ACTED AS GIRL; OREKOYA BUKOLA ACTED AS SALES GIRL; EDHOMOR EBUNOLUWA ACTED AS CASHIER; ADUBIARAN ANTHONIA ACTED AS CUSTOMER; ADEGBITE TOLULOPE ACTED AS EXTRA; OGUNNOWO MARIAM OYINLOYE ACTED AS NURSE.

SCRIPT CONFERENCE: SAHEED OLANREWAJU  BELLO; OMOTAYO ADEFEYE;  AFEEZ IBRAHIM

EDITOR: LATEEF OLOFIN L.A

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:  BIGTYME ENTERTAINMENT OLANREWAJU SAHEED BELLO (08077413308- @OLANREWAJU_BALLY, @BIGTYMEENTPRO)

PRODUCED BY: ADABA ANTHONY

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: OMOTAYO ADEFEYE (SLOW); DIRECTED BY: TITI JEJE

SOUNDTRACK: INDO AND BUKUNMI OLUWASINA

LOCATION: NIGERIA

YEAR: 2019

DURATION: 1 HOUR 3 MINUTES

SYNOPSIS TO THE MOVIE- BABEJE

Promiscuous Bolaji (Acted by Saheed Olanrewaju Bello) is very overprotective around his wife- Darasimi (Acted by Wunmi Toriola) and doesn’t want to see her around any male figure.  Bolaji even goes as far as even hiring Okele (Acted by Tunde Usman) to always spy on the wife and call him whenever he sees her with another man that’s not him. Bolaji’s action is always toxic whenever he sees Darasimi with another man. His wife overlooks his behavior and counts it as love but the day Darasimi finds out his promiscuous nature, she does this to him….Want to know what happened? Find out in the plot.

PLOT

Bolaji (Acted by Saheed Olanrewaju Bello) while transacting business with his clients receives a call from Okele (Acted by Tunde Usman) that leaves him in distress.  Okele who is the person Bolaji employed to always spy on his wife- Darasimi (Acted by Wunmi Toriola) reveals to Bolaji that his wife is chatting with another man in a restaurant. Bolaji immediately leaves his clients without taking an excuse to the location Okele directed him to about his wife. On getting there, Bolaji attacks Darasimi without even verifying who the man is. It is when Darasimi’s brother returns from the toilet that he discovers that Darasimi is actually hanging out with her brother.  Bolaji leaves the restaurant remorsefully while Darasimi lies to her brother the reason for her husband’s attitude, but her brother knows that she is telling a lie just to cover up for her husband’s inability to trust her around men.

Bolaji in anger meets and attacks his informant- Okele for giving him wrong information about his wife.  Okele explains to Bolaji that he had no idea that he was Darasimi’s brother. Bolaji then instructs Okele to always take a picture or video of the man Darasimi is with whenever he is giving her informtion so he can confirm that the man is not a relative like the last scenario. Without dropping a penny for Okele, Bolaji zooms off.

Bolaji returns to his office and finds out from his staff that his client- Mr. Sagba (Acted by Gbenga Oshinaiga) and assistant already left in anger because of the manner in which he left hurriedly without saying a word. The clients vow to award the contract to another company. Bolaji is not bordered about the loss as he feels going to confirm his wife’s faithfulness is more important. He even lies to his staff that he had gone to attend to an issue that was between life and death.

Later in the evening, Bolaji apologies to his wife Darasimi for his earlier misconduct at the restaurant. He promises never to do such again. Darasimi is not totally convinced that he will not do that again since it is not his first time. She pleads with her husband to let go of whatever past he keeps saying is the cause of his inability to trust another woman and learn to trust her. Bolaji agrees to let go of his past.

Bolaji says goodbye to one of his staff while his accountant stays back in his office. As soon as they realize they are the only two left in the premises, they both make out.

Bolaji is hanging out with his friends Charles (Acted by Peters Ijagbemi) and Jide (Acted by Adams Kehinde). Charles is married while Jide is single but has a girlfriend (Acted by Irewole Olaniyan) who is also hanging out with them.  Bolaji’s phone conversation with Okele makes his friends know that he is still sying on his wife which they are unhappy about. They warn him to desist from such act, Bolaji shuns them. Infact, he tells them to also start spying on their women too especially Charles who is married.

At night, when Bolaji’s wife- Darasimi is fast asleep, he grabs her phone and unlocks it with her finger. He afterwards goes through her phone.

Bolaji rushes out of the bathroom with soap all over his body at the sound of a male voice in their sitting room, the male voice happens to be Darasinmi’s brother who is asking her for 500, 000 naira. Both Darasinmi and brother just stare at Bolaji in shock. Bolaji grabs his phone and pretends to be on the phone.

Meanwhile Charles’s wife is cheating on him. Her boyfriend says she should leave her husband to come and be with him but she says she can’t. They both head to a hotel to have fun.

Bolaji is seen making out with his accountant when another staff walks in on them. He also makes out with that staff.

Bolaji after the close of work leaves for home.  On getting home he asks his wife-Darasimi about the man she is with since he imagined her naked with another man some seconds ago before getting home.

Charles sees a message from his wife’s lover that says “I can’t have enough of you” This makes him know that his wife is cheating on him which makes him angry. He shows his wife the message,  beats her up mercilessly and sends her packing afterwards.

Bolaji is with his friends- Charles and Jide. Charles is still brooding after discovering that his wife is having an affair with someone else.  Jide tries to calm him while Bolaji insults him for not heeding to his advice to get someone to spy on his wife. Bolaji’s words are not bringing relief to Charles so he walks out in anger.

Bolaji meets up with the accountant and apologizes to her for leaving her for another staff while making out in the office the other day. Bolaji knows that his misbehavior the other day is the reason the accountant has been giving him attitude in the office for the past weeks.  He again apologizes to her and he drives them out.

Darasimi sends one of her employee- Adeola (Acted by Bukunmi Oluwashina) to the house to get her ATM card for her. Bolaji is the only one at home, so he rapes Adeola.

Bolaji goes to Darasimi’s shop unannounced to be sure she is not in there with another man. Her employees tell him that she is yet to get to the shop and he starts suspecting her of being with someone else. While grumbling about Darasimi’s absence in the shop, a customer in the shop takes interest in him and follows him out. Darasimi walks in almost immediately but did not stumble on her husband Bolaji. Her employees let her know that he just left; apparently Bolaji left hurriedly with the female customer in his wife’s shop.

Bolaji accuses his wife- Darasimi of being promiscuous for deciding to see another specialist instead of his doctor. Darasimi tries to explain to Bolaji that her health problem is not his doctor’s specialty but this still doesn’t calm him. Bolaji shouts at Darasimi and threatens to slap her if she doesn’t leave his presence.

Darasimi is with her friend Fadekemi (Acted by Nkechi Blessing Sunday) who is unhappy about the way her husband keeps beating her up and leaving her face ugly. Darasimi defends her husband and says love makes him do those things. Darasimi tells her friend that Bolaji never showed acts of jealousy while they were courting.  Fadekemi tells her that men pretend a lot. Fadekemi pities her friend and hopes she doesn’t die in the husband’s hands in the name of love.

Bolaji apologizes to his wife Darasimi for his wrong deeds and also gifts her a car.  Darasimi is not happy with him so she walks away.

Bolaji is also having an affair with his wife’s friend Fadekemi. While together, Fadekemi tells him that she is not happy about the way he keeps beating her friend. He says he doesn’t want to see her with anybody. Fadekemi wonders why Bolaji is so toxic whenever he sees Darasimi with other men when he is actually cheating on her. Both continue their love making.

Charles’ wife goes to her lover’s house with the intention of living with him after being sent away by the husband. The lover also throws her out and says he is not interested in her that he was just playing games with her.

Bolaji after dropping his wife at the place she is heading to heads back to his office. As he is going, he sights a lady with the same hairstyle and stature with his wife- Darasimi on motorcycle and feels the lady is Darasimi.  He is unable to catch up with the bike man (Acted by Omotayo Adefeye), but as soon as he sights the bike man, he pleads with him to take him to where he dropped his last female customer still thinking the person is his wife. The bike man is reluctant to do so but when Bolaji promises to give him 2000 Naira, he agrees and immediately takes him there. Bolaji without verifying if the lady is his wife or not beats the lady. Meanwhile, the lady is not his wife but a prostitute. The lady and her click beat him up. He runs out of the compound without looking at the road which makes a car knock him down.

At the hospital, the doctor (Acted by Aisha Lawal) reveals to Darasimi that her husband’s spinal cord was affected and he would be on a wheelchair. The doctor explains to the wife what had transpired before the accident. Darasimi is embittered because her husband is now on the wheel chair because of jealousy.

Darasimi vows never to leave the husband despite his horrible predicament.

Bolaji is informed that Darasimi already filed for a divorce. When Darasimi returns home, he asks her why she filed for a divorce and she exposes all his secret that she has been keeping mute about. She reminds him of his affair with her friend- Fadekemi and how he raped one of her staff- Adeola who got pregnant and then aborted the pregnancy. She lets him know that it was when Adeola fainted and was rushed to the hospital that she discovered the truth. And for Fadekemi, she tells him that she came to confess herself.  Darasimi also reveals to Bolaji how his informant- Okele confessed to her how he always spied on her after she paid his 3000 naira shopping bill. She tells him how people go about calling him the name “Babeje (Spoil the place)” because wherever he steps foot, he must mess around with the ladies that are there.

Darasimi leaves Bolaji’s house afterwards, but he is regretful.

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(+SYNOPSIS) THROWBACK MOVIE: CRITICAL EVIDENCE (ERI)

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CRITICAL EVIDENCE (ERI)

 

A private investigator- Tolani (Acted by Roseline Ngidi) has a critical evidence against the aspiring governor – Engr Akerele (Acted by Funsho Adeolu). I mean the critical evidence Tolani has against Engr Akerele is one that would most definitely make him lose in the election and even be jailed for years.

Tolani calls one of her friends to tell him about the evidence, but her friend tells the aspiring governor about it. Akerele tries to kill Tolani which makes her be on the run all through the movie. Will Tolani escape death? Will Engr Akerele succeed in killing Tolani, find out below

Cast

Funsho Adeolu, Odunlade Adekola (Gebu), Toyin Aimakhu (Anjola), Damola Olatunji (Bosun), Ayo Olaiya, Roseline Ngidi (Tolani), Bolaji Amusan (Baba Yewo), Olakanmi Olubimpe, Yomi Olohunlaye, Bose Oladimeji, Abiodun Akano, Kehinde Oladiti, Bamise Ogundijo, Afuye Bello

Writer/Producer: Jiboye olawusi

Executive Produer- Busayo Odu, Wasiudeen Olalekan

Director: Seun Olaiya, Jiboye Olawusi

The 2106 movie has two parts. The Part 1 lasted for about 1 hour 27 minutes while the part 2 lasted for about 1 hour 9 minutes. What annoyed me about this film was that after all the chase and suspense, we still did not even hear any of Engr Akerele’s atrocities; all we kept hearing was that he did evil, somehow though!

After the whole “serere” we had no idea of the content of the CD

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 I WANT TO SPEAK HAUSA TODAY (CLASS 187)

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Do you have an Hausa friend or customer, and you feel like surprising them by speaking their language? Ogefash’s blog has got you covered. Put down a word, and we will translate it in Hausa for you. For the next few months we would be learning numbers in Hausa. Today’s words…

 

ENGLISH HAUSA
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY SIX DARI DA TALATIN SHA SHIDDA
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY SEVEN DARI DA TALATIN SHA BAKWAI
ONE UNDRED AND THIRTY EIGHT DARI DA TALATIN SHA TAKWAS
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY NINE DARI DA TALATIN SHA TARA
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY DARI DA ARBAIN

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