Short Film : “Bless – In” by Ifeoluwa Salako


The short film titled “Bless-In” from the stables of Ifektive Entertainment, produced by Ifeoluwa Salako made the top ten nominations list for best short film at this year’s edition of the Afrinolly Short Film Competition. Some may raise eyebrows as to the multiple roles of Ifeoluwa Salako who trippled as the director, producer and narrator… but hey isn’t it all about being cost effective so far as the job gets done?…well you tell us?.

Its Synopsis unveils thus:
If only population of a nation directly interpret to the wealth of the nation, Nigeria would be the richest in Africa and perhaps richer than many European countries. While the rich and enlightened are not so guilty of Child Birth Control, the base of the pyramid reproduces like children are going to run scarce in heaven soon. This is a revelation of the untold problems confronting Child Birth Control in Nigeria.

What more can we say…let’s wait and see how it plays out, shall we?

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2 Responses to Short Film : “Bless – In” by Ifeoluwa Salako

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  2. kedra L Curry says:

    Where can I watch this .

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