Tunde Kelani To Release New Short Film On Ebola Virus

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I usually say Nigerians use every little situation to get a pay-day, no matter how sad the situation might be. I don’t want to criticize yet though, maybe this movie is actually educative.

Celebrated film maker, Tunde Kelani is currently shooting a short film aimed at raising awareness as regards the Ebola virus.

Reports say Kelani was contacted by a UK based health organisation to shoot the campaign.

One of the actors on the set, Halima Abubakar, who plays Aisha in the short film, expressed confidence that the film will sensitize the public about the virus and the need to seek professional medical attention instead of self medication.

Other actors involved in the project are Yomi Fash Lanso, Kunle Afolayan, Toyin Aimakhu Johnson, and Funky Mallam.

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