Mr. Taiwo Oduala, a Nigerian-American film director, has announced that five years after his successful professional exploit in America, Governor Ademola Adeleke will be the subject of a cinematic documentary.
The documentary, according to the film’s director, was a means for Oduataj Productions and Entertainment to celebrate and honor Adeleke after his victory in the Osun governorship elections. The director made this disclosure in a statement released on Wednesday.
“The movie documentary on Osun State Governor Adeleke is solely an Oduataj Productions and Entertainment grant style of honoring his philanthropic achievements and celebrating his political successes.
In order to document his 100 days as governor of Osun, he said, “we will look at his swearing-in as well as his activities during that time.”
Oduala, who had just arrived in Nigeria, announced that he would start editing his two films, which had been shot in Nigeria, Germany, and Colorado, USA.
He listed his films as “LOVE FROM GERMANY” and “DREAMING OF AMERICA,” describing them as excellent films to look forward to when they are released.
The director, who hailed his pilot program, Afro Award 2022, as a “huge success,” revealed that preparations for Afro Award 2023 have started in earnest and that it will once more be held in Los Angeles, California, USA.
The most notable indigenous Nigerian Language Hollywood drama film (Ilu America) was made by Oduala, a Hollywood and Colorado Film School alumnus, who is forging new ground and making history. The film was shot in numerous American cities.