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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Photos from the Launching of Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project in Lagos

Jimi Solanke, Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Aloysius Onyejegbu, aka 2MS, the Programme Director of Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project.

 The brand ambassador of Bank of Industry D'banj was missing among the celebrities at the launching of Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project Saturday evening June 22 at the popular Freedom Park on Broad Street, Lagos. But famous British trained Nigerian actress Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and accomplished veteran actor, musician and orator Jimi Solanke rocked the event with their impromptu short performance of anecdotes as they ad-libbed after Dame Ajai-Lycett challenged Nigerian youths and others not to rest on their oars after getting their academic degrees and diplomas. In her signature style of speaking in eloquent Queens English she said even without degrees they could fulfill their dreams and achieve greater things for themselves and Nigeria with their special skills and talents as many proven successful achievers have done without academic qualifications.

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Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett speaking to the audience.

Larry Foreman, Jimi Solanke and Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett entertaining the audience.
Larry Foreman, Jimi Solanke and Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett in another comic moment.
 
Tony Godson, Programme Facilitator of Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project and Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, the Founder/CEO of Screen Outdoor Open Air Cinema (SOOAC) and Executive Director of Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project.

  Meg Masha, the Programme Manager and Face of Screen Naija One Village, One Cinema Project.
 
Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett.
 
Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Larry Foreman, the Master of Ceremony.
 
Dame Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Jimi Solanke thrill the audience. 
 
The Screen Naija Team of Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, Meg Masha, 2MS, Tony Godson, Barrister Biola Ladipo and Felix Omo Jegede.

2MS and Meg Masha.
 
2MS and the beautiful ushers.
 
2MS and Tony Godson.
 
2MS and Tony Godson performing live on stage.
 
Ekene Onyejegbu, CEO of K.K Business Company Ltd, one of the partners of Screen Outdoor Open Air Cinema in Nigeria.
 
2MS making the welcome address on behalf of the Founder/CEO Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima.
 
2MS and the corporate security guards of the event.
 
Collins Talker of Galaxy TV interviewing Meg Masha.
 
Collins Talker, 2MS and others reciting the national anthem after the opening prayers of the event.
 
Collins Talker interviewing a guest.
 
Collins Talker and Larry Foreman.
 
Collins Talker interviewing Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima.
 
Collins Talker interviewing 2MS.
 
Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima speaking on the project.
 
Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, 2MS and his brother Ekene Onyejegbu.
 
Jahman Anikulapo of iREP International Documentary Film Forum speaking on the importance of the project. 
 
Marc-André Schmachtel, Director of the Goethe Institut in Nigeria speaking.
 
Kunle Ogunfuyi, representing Prince Tonye Princewill speaking on his behalf.
 
Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, 2MS and Marc-André Schmachtel, Director of the Goethe Institut in Nigeria.
 
Three of the beautiful ushers pose for the cameras.
 
Elimihe Osezuah, producer and director of the First Cause movie speaking at the event.
 
Felix Omo Jegede, the Programme Coordinator and 2MS.
 
Collins Talker interviewing Tony Godson.
 
2MS, Meg Masha, Larry Foreman and Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima after the event.
 
2MS and his father Mr. Onyejegbu after the event.
 
2MS and a friend after the event.



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