Tony Elumelu, Lai Mohammed, Mo Abudu, Toyin Abraham, Biola Alabi, Ufuoma and others Attend Omoni Oboli’s Premiere of Wives on Strike Revolution

Tony Elumelu, Lai Mohammed, Biola Alabi, Ali Baba, Mo Abudu, Kene Mkparu, Oge Okoye, Toyin Abraham, Ufuoma Mcdermoth,  OC Ukeje, and many other notable personalities joined actress and filmmaker, Omoni Oboli at the grand premiere of her latest movie, Wives on Strike Revolution.

The premiere which took place at the IMAX Cinemas, Lekki on Saturday was all shades of class, glamour, colour, paparazzi and beauty, the stuff celebrity gatherings are made of.

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Despite fuel scarcity and long queue, the event witnessed large turnout of important dignitaries among which were Tonye Cole, Mr. Adedayo Thomas (Executive Secretary, NFVCB), Peace Anyiam-Osigwe, Moses Babatope, Hilda Dokubo, Charles Uwagbai, Femi Adebayo, Yaw, Chinney Love, Moyo Lawal, Susan Peters and many others.

Wives on Strike Revolution is the sequel of the popular cinema movie, Wives on Strike which was released earlier this year.



It is a comedy movie with the strong social message. While the first one focused on child marriage, Wives on Strike Revolution focus on domestic violence. The message was passed out with the heavy comic slant. It passes out the message of domestic violence in such a way that you will laugh but be left clear headed that it is our collective responsibilities to stand against domestic violence.

Immediately after the premiere, the minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed said the movie will be a sure hit, many in the audience share the same sentiment as the movie elicit shout of excitement and standing ovation after the screening.

Wives on Strike Revolution which will be in cinemas across Nigeria from Friday, December 29, has notable stars such as Omoni Oboli, Ufuoma McDermott, Uche Jombo, Kenneth Okonkwo, Julius Agwu, Chioma Akpotha, Toyin Abraham, Chigul, Saka, Odunlade Adekola, Sola Sobowale, Elvina Ibru, and others.

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