Eniola Ajao’s Multi-Million Naira ‘Yeye Alara’ Hits Movie Shelves

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By Dipo Olowookere

A new movie titled Yeye Alara and produced by sultry Nigerian actress, Eniola Ajao, will be released on home video format on Monday, November 19, 2018 by Gemini Films and Music Marketing Company.

The epic and mind-blowing flick from the talented and enterprising thespian centres on power, envy, betrayal and love for humanity.

Eniola Ajao, the current brand ambassador for the fast-growing betting company, PaddyPaddyBet, played the lead role as Yeye Alara in the movie, while rave of the moment in Yoruba contemporary movies, Odunlade Adekola, played the character, Dongari.

In the film, Yeye Alara is a powerful woman who uses her power to rescue people from the clutches of oppressors.

Since no one is relatively clean, some questions viewers would be hoping to have answers to are does the Yeye Alara have any skeleton in her closet? How easy is it to transform from nobody to somebody?

Yeye Alara equally features great actors like Prince Jide Kosoko, Yinka Quadri, Bolaji Amusan otherwise known as Mr Latin, Ireti Osayemi.

Other casts in the movie include Babatunde Aderinoye, Olaniyan Tosin, Lola Afolayan also known as Lola Idije, Owolabi Ajasa, Ademola Amoo, Feranmi Oyalowo, and comedian, Dr Smile.

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