Ruth Kadiri Presents ‘Matters Arising’

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Fast rising Nollywood actress and storywriter, Ruth Kadiri has just completed work on her new movie titled ‘Matters Arising’. The movie is a romantic comedy that features Ghanaian actor Majid Michel.

Matters Arising’ which has a village setting and shot in Enugu, Southeast Nigeria, is about a married thrift collector, who does not live up to his responsibilities, he is always found wanting. He is soon forced to face the consequence of his ways. According to Ruth, it is a movie that seeks to bring happiness to movie lovers and at the same time teach people that it is more honourable to own up to their responsibilities.

With this movie Ruth Kadiri has placed herself on the list of female movie producers in the industry such as Uche Jombo, Omoni Oboli, Funke Akindele, Stephanie Okereke Linus and Rukky Sanda.

According to the actress cum producer “the movie is just one of the things I have in store for my fans; they should expect a lot more from me. This movie is generally to make people laugh, and at the same time teach them a thing or two about responsibility. Majid and the production crew really outdid themselves in this movie and I know that it would also make a difference in the quality of movies produced in the industry.”

Ruth Kadiri who has an Ordinary National Diploma (OND) in Business Administration from the Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH), and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Mass communication from the University of Lagos (UNILAG), is a Nigerian actress that got into the movie industry a few years back as a story writer and has written a lot of blockbuster movies.

She has starred in several movies alongside established names in the industry. Movies she has featured in include My Rich Boyfriend, Heart of a Fighter, Ladies Gang, Strange Acts, Breath of Love, Burning Tears and Sincerity amongst others. She has worked with stars like Mercy Johnson, Majid Michel, Ramsey Noauh, and Uche Jombo.

Ruth Kadiri who would be taking Matters Arising to the cinemas soon, said she is looking forward to taking the movie to the cinemas “it is not often you see a movie with a local/village setting going to the cinemas, so I am looking forward to the challenges.

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