Talented role interpreter, Kikelomo Kuojo, a.k.a Tetisimi has completed her new movie, Itunumi. Not only that, the new blockbuster will hit home video shelves on Monday, May 18, 2015.
The flick which parades a galaxy of stars, including Antar Laniyan, Ayo Adesanya, Madam No Network, Tajudeen Mobolaji (Arotanbo), Kikelomo Kuojo, Tunde Owokoniran, Wale Akorode, Dare Adesuyi and many more promises to raise the bar in the industry.
Itunumi is a story of a young girl who happens to be the only child of her family. She is the apple of her parents’ eyes being the only one.
However, Itunu’s world suddenly crashes and everything turns upside down, shortly after she was hit by a mysterious calamity. The source of her problem becomes worrisome. Then, she has to reorganize her thoughts to avoid the inevitable.
Speaking with ENCOMIUM Weekly on Monday, May 11, 2015, on the alleged rancour between herself and the marketer of the movie, Alhaji Bashir Tiamiyu of Timolak International Enterprises Limited, which was said to have been responsible for the delay in the release of the movie, the pretty actress said, “There is nothing like rancour between me and my marketer. We’re business partners and there is no way there can’t be one issue or the other, but we have resolved everything. It’s all for the good of the job. He’s a man of honour and integrity. He values anything good and he wants the best for me. We have a cordial relationship, business wise, nothing like rancour at all.
“The main reason for the delay in the movie was just that we had to put some finishing touches to it. Some scenes had to be reshot. And we had to ensure the movie comes out better than our expectation. I can’t afford to disappoint my fans. When I shot Tetisimi in 2013, a lot of people commended my effort. So, I can’t go low anymore. All the technicalities involved must be above board. And I thank God, the movie has been completed despite all the challenges. By Monday, May 18, 2015, it will be out and will be marketed by Timolak International Enterprises Ltd. I give God all the glory. And I am very grateful to all those that contributed in no small measure to the success of the movie.”
Reacting on her new wonder on wheels, the Ijebu-Ode, Ogun born thespian said, “I thank God for blessing my career.”
Probed further on the tale that she got the car, Acura, from her lover, she reacted, “That’s not true. It’s a useless rumour. People don’t see anything good about us as entertainers, especially we women. Since all this time I have been riding cabs, jumping from one location to the other, no one said anything. But now that God has rewarded my labour they started peddling rumour. I have no man let alone getting a car gift from him. It’s the Lord’s doing and it’s a result of hard work.
“My prayer is coming to pass. And I believe God has not stopped there. He has promised me so many beautiful things which I am more than sure, He would fulfill because I serve God of fulfillment.”
– TADE ASIFAT