Nollywood film maker and actor, Omoni Oboli is grateful for the good news she received on her movie, ‘Okafors Law.’
Earlier this year, a court injunction stopped the movie from being shown in Nigeria. Although the ban was later lifted, it was a heartache for the actress.
To her joy, the movie will now be showing at BUSAN International Film Festival in South Korea, making it the first Nigerian movie to be screened as the event only supports Asian directors and their films.
She shares the news on her Instagram page.
What the devil meant for bad, God has turned it around for my good!
I can’t begin to tell you how much God has blessed me with #OkaforsLaw!
I am pleased to finally announce to you that by the grace of God, my movie #OkaforsLaw will be flying the Nigerian flag at the 22nd Busan International Film Festival BIFF @busanfilmfest in far away South Korea.
It’s the first Nigerian movie in the 22 years of this prestigious film festival. The bigger miracle is that I didn’t even submit my movie. Someone sent word about it to them, they wrote and requested a screening copy!
So please my darlings, if you find yourself in that region, please go and support us by watching our movie screening on the 17th 10am, 18th 7:30pm, 20th 8pm.
May God bless us all and may our gifts bring us before great men!