President Goodluck Jonathan, Ben Bruce, Diezani Alison Madueke and other prominent Nigerians commend Omoni Oboli’s ‘Being Mrs Elliott’.

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DSC_0735-300x198Omoni Oboli’s new movie ‘Being Mrs Elliott’ was screened at the presidential villa on Friday 15th of August
The presidential screening which was sponsored by MRS, Access Bank, and Keystone Bank had eminent dignitaries in attendance. Those in attendance include President Goodluck Jonathan, Vice-president Alhaji Namadi Sambo, Minister of Petroleum, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke, Chief Edwin Clark, Minister of Information, Chief Labaran Maku, Minister of Culture, Tourism and National Orientation, Chief Edem Duke, Mr Ben Bruce, Governor-Elect, Ekiti state, Mr Ayodele Fayose, Governor of Ondo state, Chief. Olusegun Mimiko, Film Maker Alli Balogun, CEO of AFRIFF Chioma Udeh, director, Mildred Okwo, Cast of Being Mrs Elliott, AY, Lepacious Bose, Chika Chukwu, Tomi Adeoye and CEO Bigsam Media and Publisher, www.icampusng.com, Samuel Olatunji.

According to her “It might seem, to some, insensitive to be previewing this movie at such a time as this, but I beg to differ. When our very way of life is threatened, this is the sort of thing we should do to remind ourselves that we will not give into anything that would threaten its continuance. So we brought this movie for simple reasons; to make you all laugh and relax those minds and bodies that are ever working. Remember, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull”.

Speaking further Omoni said “As much as we may be apprehensive about all the issues that we are going through now, the worst thing would be to see our leader and President look worried too. We want to look to you for strength. That smile that assures us that soon, sooner than you think, the agony of insurgency and all other issues will be over.”

‘Being Mrs Elliott’ is the story of a successfully married woman, who was torn between two worlds after a life changing incident. She found out that the best life has to offer are not things but moments. The movie would be in cinemas across the country soon.

President Goodluck Jonathan, Mr Ben Bruce, Chief Edem Duke and Governor Mimiko were among those who commended the movie high quality of the movie.

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