Friday, 21 December 2012

The London Screening of MARRIED BUT LIVING SINGLE, the Multi-Award Winning Movie @ the Club Nollywood London on Fri/21/Dec

  The Screening of the Multi-Award Winning Movie                     

                        MARRIED BUT LIVING SINGLE

STARRING: Funke Akindele, Joseph Benjamin, Joke Silva, Kiki Omeili, Femi Brainard, Tina Mba and Many More

Produced by Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul and Directed by Tunde Olaoye

DATE: Friday / 21st/ December / 2012

VENUE: Club Nollywood (Former Planet Nollywood)


TICKETS: £10 only

After Party follows immediately at the same venue | Delicious food & drinks also available 

MUSIC BY: Dj Shola Bee & Razack

INFO/TICKET: 07878202481


Mike an entreprenuer is happily married to Kate who is the creative director of an advertising agency, she is so much engrossed with her carrer and winning the biggest brands for her company. Mike is diagnosed with cancer of the lungs in consequence of the smoking habit he had in his school days, he needs to go to India for surgery and the Doctor advised that his wife should take a leave and come with him to hasten the recuperating process, Kate agrees to go with her husband, but as they are about to travel, the biggest telecoms company in the middle east has just been licenced to operate in Nigeria, Kate's company stands the chance to win the bid for their adverts, and they will not be able to do the bidding without the creative director. Kate is torn in between travelling to help her husband recuperate and winning the biggest account ever for her company. 

Wednesday, 19 December 2012

The Veteran Nollywood Actress Ngozi Nwosu needs 6 million Naira to stay alive...

Nollywood Actress Ngozi Nwosu, the Fuji House of Commotion Star has been battling with Kidney related ailment for some time now and is still very sick and needs 6 million Naira to remain alive.

The once robust and bubbly Actress was at the 'Who wants to be a millionaire show' on Saturday the 15th, 2012, looking very weak and fragile. With the help of Seun Olokuteyi, she was able to win 1 million naira to aid her treatment. If we can recall the MTN 'Who wants to be a millionaire show' has in the past helped celebrities to raise funds to solve pressing issues.

Ngozi Nwosu has brought laughter to many homes and now she is in need of our help for the treatment of her heart and kidney.

Please send your widows might to NGOZI NWOSU, GTB BANK, 0052851673.
JAB prays that God grants her speedy recovery and restore her back to how she used to be.

Here is a note of one of the Veteran Nollywood Actors, Segun Arinze:

Hello everyone My name is Segun Arinze former (AGN President) I just spoke with Ngozi Nwosu our fine Nollywood actress who you all know is down with heart and Kidney ailment Now She needs about 6million naira for the treatment of her heart and kidney! I'm using this medium to appeal to my Co Nollywood stars and Music stars to rally round her. May we not lose another. We should not always mourn. Kindly add your name to this and re broadcast to show your support. Pls send your widow's mite to NGOZI NWOSU,GTB,acct num 0052851673. God bless you all. Thanks. This BC is with the Kind permission of AGN President Ibinabo Fiberisima

Wednesday, 12 December 2012

The London IndigO2 Premiere of TURNING POINT - Wed/12/Dec

By Teju Ibukunoluwa

Actresses Patience Ozokwor, Oge Okoye and Jackie Appiah are expected to attend the London premiere of the movie Turning Point. 

The event which will hold today,  Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at the Indig02 events centre, London will also play host to other members of the cast such as Todd BridgesJoe EstevezK.D AubertIgoni Archibong and other celebrities and supporters of Nollywood.

Full details 
 The London Premiere Of TURNING POINT
Starring: Patience Ozorkwor, Oge Okoye, Jackie Appiah, Igoni Archibong, Ernie Hudson, Todd Bridges, Joe Estevez, K.D. Aubert and many more.
VENUE: INDIGO2, The O2, Peninsula Square London SE10 0AX
DATE: Wednesday, 12th, December, 2012 (12-12-12)
TIME: Red Carpet 7.45pm, Screening 9pm (After Party Follows Thereafter)
TICKETS: Standard £20, VIP £35, VVIP £50
INFO / TICKET HOTLINE: 07946-811253

Produced by UK based writer and director, Niyi Towolawi & Co Produced by a delectable Lady boss, Egor Efik, Turning Point  is a compelling story of complacence, karma, ethnic prejudice, moral justifications and redemption. Set in New York and Lagos, Nigeria, the plot centres around a Nigerian-American playboy that bows to family pressure to abandon his American sweetheart for an arranged wife from back home. His life is turned upside-down when the marriage turns out not too rosy, setting off a chain of events that forces him to confront his reckless past. This intriguing plot sets the tone for thought provocative conversation and the mix of Hollywood and Nollywood stars presents a unique chemistry for a quality film experience.

Thursday, 6 December 2012

Who is Tope Brass? Her Journey so far..Her Career, Family and all.

Tope Brass, the Producer of the Movie, ODASAN (Futile) to be Premiered tomorrow Friday 7th December 2013 at Venues 94, 94 Burnt Oak Broadway, Burnt Oak Edware London HA8 0BE has been in the Entertainment industry for over 2 decades but not known to many people. Here is her journey so far. Enjoy... 
Born Temitope Adediwura Ogunleye, Tope Brass as she is fondly come to be known by her showbiz pals and fans alike, is a Nigerian actress. She is an all round showbiz personality. She is a trained broadcaster, actress, blogger, former model, businesswoman and most recently produced her own movie. She is also a Registered Nurse in the UK. In August 2001 she married Alaba Odeyemi a politician and businessman. They have two kids.
She began her career in 1990 at 13, when she made guest appearances on one of Nigeria’s best soaps- Ripples. She then went on to act in Fortunes, another Nigerian soap opera in 1993. She starred in one of the very first, best and most talked about movie that ever came out of Nollywood, Glamour girls 2, produced by Kenneth Nnebue and directed by Christian Onu in 1997, Deborah and the Dragon (1996), Haunted (1998), Gone too soon (1999)and Fast Cash 1 and 2. She has appeared in more than 20 films in a variety of genres, including Body of Vengeance (1996), Deadly Passion 1 1996) and Thorns of Roses (1997).
She has presented a number of music, sports and news programs on different television stations before she started work as a full time presenter for Minaj Broadcast International (MBI). She is a voiceover actor and was a Radio DJ at N-Power Radio in London. She has also walked some of the best catwalks in Africa and some parts of the world. Tope got the name “Brass” in 1999, after a near death experience on a fashion trip to Brass, an island in Bayelsa state and the name has stuck ever since.
 Family and early life
Tope Brass was born in Lagos, Nigeria to the late Chief Anthony Ogunleye who hailed from Owo, Ondo State and ran a marble and granite company at Ilupeju Industrial Estate and Ibiwunmi Ogunleye, a business woman.
At the time Tope started acting, the creative acts was frowned upon by some well educated parents, who loved nothing better than for their kids to gain a degree in courses such as medicine and law. Tope attended Methodist Girls High School Lagos and went on to study for her OND and HND qualifications in Financial studies and accounting at the Federal Polytechnic Ilaro, Ogun State and then Lagos City Polytechnic, Lagos (one of the first private higher institutions in Nigeria). Tope majored in Presenting at the Federal Radio Corporation Of Nigeria Training School Ikeja/Oregun in 1999 and another from the Aylesbury Media Project, London. She was best friends with Ramsey Noah growing up, whom she introduced to the acting scene in Nigeria.
She also has a Bsc (Hons) in General Nursing from the University of Greenwich, London.
Ripples 1990 (actress)
Fortunes 1993 (actress)
Teeny Boppers 1993 (Presenter)
Mirinda in-school show 1999 (Presenter)
Lagos Today Metro News 1999 (Presenter)
Vogue n Africa (Presenter)
Just Jisting 2000
Hotstuff 2000-2001 (Presenter)
The Morning Show 2000-2001 (Presenter)
Ultimate Heroes 2003 (actress)
Paul Play’s Kulumbu music video 2001 (Model)
Body of Vengeance 1996
Deadly Passion 1 1996
Deborah and the Dragon 1996
Thorns of Roses 1997
Glamour Girls 2 1997
Haunted 1998
Flashes of Death (Blushes) 1999
Gone too Soon 1999
Fast cash 1 and 2 (Pounds and Dollars)
Kemi Iyalaje 2012
Shattered Hearts 2012

Television Commercials
Gulder 1998
ABC Wax 1999 and 2001
Onward paper mills 1999
Delta Soap 1999
Gific Brides 1999
ABC Wax 1999 and 2001
 Fashion Shows
Kese Jabari 1995-1998
FADAN 1995-1999
Bunor Creazioni 1995- 2001
The Nigerian Fashion Show 1997-2000
Davida Shirts
Rose of Sharon
Remi Lagos
The Nigerian/Belgian Fashion Show 1999
Frantoria Hats
Dayo’s Collections
Millennium Gala Nite 1999
Ovation Fashion Show 2000
The Bobby’s Hair Show 2000
ACP/EU Cultural night 2000
ECOWAS 25TH anniversary 2000
Child Care Trust Fund International Fashion show (hosted by the late Stella Obasanjo)
Nigerian Breweries 2000
Fashion show for the American President (Bill Clinton) 2000
PABHA 2000

The UK Premiere of ODASAN (Futile) Starring Jide Kosoko, Yemi Solade, Tope Brass and other Stars - Fri/7th/Dec

Its happening again in the City of London!!! The Premiere of another Classic Yoruba Movie, titled ODASAN (Futile). Fully Subtitled in English. This is from the stable of Tope Brass Notion Productions and Directed by one of the Top Film Directors in Nigeria, Femi Ogedemgbe


This Event will be taking place at a prestigious venue with very good ambiance, 
Venues 94, 94 Burnt Oak Broadway, Burnt Oak Edware London HA8 0BE on Friday/7th/December.

RED CARPET Starts @ 7.30pm ; SCREENING: 8.30pm |  TICKETS: £25 (single) £40 (Couple)
For Further Information and Tickets Please call the HOTLINE:   07427020983

This Event is being organized by TY Concept in Conjunction with BEN TV and fully Supported by Femtej Kreations Media. 

Speaking with the Director of TY Concept, Ms Toyin Moore during the week. She expressed her profound gratitude for the great reception towards this event. She also said further that this event promises to be a night of Fun, Excitement and Networking with all the UK and Nigeria Entertainment & Media Personalities at this prestigious event.

After Party follows immediately after the screening and Music will be supplied by the one and only DJ WHATEVER


A story of suffering, the ills of peer pressure, a love gone wrong and hopes and trust in unfaithful riches. A brilliant performance by some of Nollywood's best. With hilarious comedy injections from Princess Lanko, Omo 
Oba Dubai.


Thursday, 22 November 2012

AYLive London indigO2 ft Iyanya on Sun 25th November '12

Hilarious AY Live Comedy and Variety show at the indigO2 O2Arena London 2012
Featuring Loads of Surprise Comedy and Music Acts


MUSIC: IYANYA , IRISE, Chicutie, HoneyB,Ada-Snoop  +MORE

Sun 25th November 2012

£25-soldout / £35-soldout/
£50 & £65 selling out

One Show Only - Show typically known to sell out Quickly
Sold out  on a Wednesday in 2010
Sold out on a Saturday 2011
promoted by
COKOBAR CONTACTS - 07436803502 / 02089531219 / 07951536726/ 07762257912

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Sponsors:  ARIK AIR ,Nollywood Movies Sky 329,, OHBOX,
BeatFM 99.9 , NaijaFM 102.7 & Classic FM 97.3

Supported by:
Femtej Kreations Media, Lindaikeji Blog-spot,,, Phoenix Media Partner Ltd,Yipe Clothing
XO Production Manchester,  Suzan Hair Salon Manchester
 Watch the Hilarious Event Skit - Iyanya's Your Waist Remix by Prophet AY


                                Watch Iyanya's Confirmation for the London show - Exciting

                                                   Watch Snippets of the Lagos show


 Glist - Sms names to 07786200350 start with "COKO"
Advance tickets & table bookings:
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I moved out of the crowd to get it right – Mrs Alakija

 By Gift Gabriel
Life is truly what we choose to make of it. From a very humble career as a Bank Secretary cum Typist, she has become one of Nigeria’s richest women. Wondering how that happened? Her creativity earned her golden fingers that turned everything into immediate success in her hands!
From that humble career which was imposed on her by her father and then to fashion designing which she later had to venture into, Mrs. Folorunsho Alakija has proven herself a genius! Her foray into the oil business, which saw her becoming the Executive Vice-Chairman of Famfa Oil & Gas Limited, is also not an exception. This 61-year-old former President of the Fashion Designers Association of Nigeria – FADAN – is also a philanthropist of note.
Today, she opens up on her journey to fame and success. Enjoy!
Treading a career path chosen against one’s will could be frustrating. How did you cope?
I didn’t like it at all when I first started my secretarial Studies. I felt as if my ability had been undermined. I felt frustrated! I however took it as a career and worked hard at it. I had always loved the idea of being a Lawyer because I had an inquisitive mind. That hope was however dashed by my father who insisted I should study secretarial studies.
However, I made it work for me because whatever I take up, I always want to do it well. So, that saw me through the years of being a confidential secretarial, a personal assistant, and secretary to several Managing Directors at the now defunct IMB where I worked, until I decided to move out when I observed that new intakes were being ranked and promoted above me.
But didn’t you feel inferior when these new intakes at the bank were being promoted above you?
I didn’t feel inferior because I knew that I wasn’t inferior! But I felt frustration because I knew that if I was given the opportunity, I would prove myself. But when it got to the point that others were being placed above me, I knew I had reached a crossroad where I needed to make a decision. I do not blame the bank because they were actually capitalising on degrees.
I’m however glad I took the right decision at that point. I believe very strongly that God ordered my footsteps because He had planned out my destiny. So, I traveled abroad to study fashion designing. As a matter of fact, my youngest son was two years old then. The condition I had with my husband under which I would go to study abroad was to take the youngest two of my four children along with me, which I did.
Let’s look at the immediate success you recorded as soon as you joined the array of fashion designers in the country
That was the Lord’s doing. Precisely three weeks after I formally launched my label, Supreme Stitches, I won a national award as the Fashion Designer of the Year 1986. To the glory of God, people liked my designs because I was creating them from within. I would say my creativity had always been inborn.
Would you compare the success you recorded in fashion with that of the banking industry?
Of course the success I achieved in fashion was a lot more! In the banking industry, I was not only part of a crowd but also wasn’t making national news. I was doing my work diligently and was appreciated by everyone, most especially when I headed the corporate affairs department.
Folorunso Alakija
I was able to start many things that the bank never did. In fact, the creative aspect of me was harnessed, as I even created a corporate image for the bank when its name was changed. However, whatever I did was for and within the bank alone. It was just within a little island, compared to dealing with the general public like in fashion where people were inspired by my designs in so many ways.
So, what has life taught you about passion?
To me, passion is whatever you derive pleasure in doing, something that comes to you naturally. When passion is involved in whatever activity, struggle becomes less. Though I may not be making clothes anymore, fashion will always continue to be part and parcel of me because it’s something that I love. I still note down designs as they come into my head. I also delight in encouraging younger designers.
Do you see any link between passion and success?
The mere fact that you’re passionate about anything doesn’t mean you’ll automatically be successful in it. You may not make money out of it, but you’ll enjoy it. It does not guarantee your getting to the top of the ladder! It will put food on your table if you decide to make it a source of livelihood, and it will set you apart from others because it gives you place, but that still does not determine the degree of success. The sure fact however is that it will get you off the ground. Then if you add hardwork to it, it will get you on top of the ladder.
So, how did you venture into the oil and gas industry?
In the 1990s, in the course of my discussion with a friend whom I was designing clothes for, my family and I got involved in a deal to purchase an oil field. After three years, we were allocated an oil bloc which nobody wanted at that time because it was deep offshore, over 1,500 meters deep and very expensive to explore at that time. We were approached by Texaco late in 1996, and, after three months daily negotiation, we signed on the dotted lines.
Chevron took over Texaco after a few years, but, to the glory of God, we actually stocked oil in commercial quantity, and we were told that the oil had been collecting in there for 17million years, and then we just considered ourselves very lucky. That was how FAMFA Oil was born. I and my husband and our four sons are all heavily involved in the business.
You seem very busy and quite successful, but do you ever find time to go into the kitchen?
Absolutely! Just yesterday, I still cooked beans for my church fellowship members. I always cook when my husband is in the country. I’ve had cooks for years, but there’s always a difference when you add your own personal touch. At weekends, I cook. I also cook each time he’s arriving from his trips because he always prefers to eat from my own cooking at such times. Also, we eat together. I do believe that no matter her level of success, a woman must always remember that she must not depart from her kitchen.
Many marriages are on the rocks because many women find it difficult to combine marriage with affluence. Why has yours remained the envy of many since 1976?
Money has nothing to do with love. Love comes from within. Money is something you acquire along the line. Only love keeps people together. From the time that we started courting, it has been like that, and we thank God that to His glory, we’ve known one another for 40 years. I pray also that God continues to unite us. I believe that if love is the foundation of a union, God will prove Himself faithful.
Every married person has a duty to ensure that they make their marriage work because nobody dragged them into it. Even looking after the children in that marriage calls for both parents to impact into them the skills, love, knowledge and talent required to enable them live fulfilled lives. When we shirk our responsibilities, we’re being careless.
I understand that you now cater for widows and orphans in four states?
Taking care of widows and orphans is a calling, and it is in the fear of God that I am doing so. I’m not doing so because I have the resources, but because God has called me to it. He has also been faithful in providing the resources. I however had to register a platform, Rose of Sharon Foundation, a few years ago, to reach out to more widows and orphans. Rose of Sharon is also a means of giving back by my entire family on behalf of Famfa Oil.
You seem a very religious person, but do you know many are quick to forget God as soon as they acquire material comfort?
I don’t see any reason why anyone shouldn’t successfully combine his or her faith with affluence. As far as I’m concerned, wherever we get to in life is not because of what we have done, but because of what God has done through us. If God does not approve our success, we can never get there but can only try!
So, if you’re blessed with fame and fortune, remain thankful and do not become boastful because pride goes before a fall. I’m grateful to God for making me who I am, and the way I am. I always look back and remember that nothing is as a result of what I have done but for what He’s done through me.

Friday, 26 October 2012

EXCLUSIVE: The Veteran Actress Tina Mba, Rita Nzelu, other Entertainment, Media, Fashion Personalities & Movie lovers graced the London Premiere of the Multi-Award Winning Movie Produced by Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul 'MARRIED BUT LIVING SINGLE'

By Femtej Kreations Media

The Anticipated drama flick Married but Living Single inspired by a Pastor Femi Faseru’s book, Produced by Kaleja held its London Premiere on Friday 5th October 2012. This Spectacular event was organised and  packaged by one of the UK Based Media and Events Consultants & Promoters, FEMTEJ KREATIONS MEDIA.  This took place at one of the Mainstream Cinemas in the UK,  Odeon IMAX Cinema Greenwich, London. The After party took place at Club Nollywood, Camberwell, London.

The event was graced by some of our loved movie practioners including one of the Cast of the Movie, The delectable, Veteran  Actress, Screen & Stage personality, Tina Mba, One of the Best of Nollywood Rita Nzelu, Movie Producers, Movie Directors and all Nigeria & UK Based  Entertainment, Media, Fashion,  Personalities,  and movie lovers as well as friends and well wishers of the producer Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul.

This event was hosted by the one and only Mc Mark Cun as he spiced the atmosphere up with some hilarious jokes before the screening. The Producer, Mr Kalejaye Adeboye gave a bit of opening speech and recognition of the presence of one of the cast of the movie. He also gave the Vote of thanks at the end of the screening.

This Movie stars the likes of Funke Akindele, Joseph Benjamin, Joke Silva, Tina Mba, Femi Brainard, Kiki Omeili, Kalejaiye Paul Adeboye, Yemi Remi and Many others. 

This movie has been nominated for 13 different Awards and it has won over 4 Awards already, with several positive feedback after the screening. It is indeed a MUST watch movie!

The award winning movie, MARRIED BUT LIVING SINGLE is billed to have its Aberdeen Screening on Friday 9th November 2012 @ The Belmont Picture House AB10 1JS. Time: 8pm Prompt. This is courtesy of  Trendy PR. Tel : 07904477811

Due to great demands of the people in London, we have decided to have another London Screening and After Party on the Friday 30th November @ The Club Nollywood, 319 Camberwell Road, London.

Here are some of the photos of the event. scroll down to Enjoy.

The Veteran Actress, Stage & Screen Personality, Tina Mba

L-R The Producer of Married But Living Single,  Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul (KAP) & Sam Awunzia


Media & Event Consultants, Femi & Teju of Femtej Kreations Media
L-R Lookman Sanusi ( CEO Bubbles FM Internet Radio) Mr KAP & Tina Mba


Mr KAP with Morin of IShine Media

LR LookMan Sanusi, Tina Nma & Bubbles FM Jornalist

Ayo Sonoiki of NigeriaWebRadio with Mr Sam Awunzia


Chiedu Nwanze & Friend

Guest & Mr JB Kalejaiye



Yomi Oyekanmi Ogeyinka

Toksy Bello

Mr KAP, Teju & Mr JB

Femi, Tina & Teju


Veteran Actress Rita Nzelu

Mr Femi Okutubo of Trumpet Newspaper

LR Tina Mba, Zara, Dipo Winsala of Nollywood Movies & Kola Munis

Nollywood Actress & Producer, Rita Nzelu

UK Based Nollywood Actress & Producer, Tolu Yesufu

Toly yesufu, Dipo Winsala & Alfred Soroh (Nollywood Movies)

Mr Mike Abiola CEO Afro Hollywood Awards)

Yetunde, Baba Tee & Friend

Babs Carew & Friend

Abike Ade & Infinity

Mrs Golda John - Abiola

Ola Bunmi Mustapha

Grace Ibukunoluwa of Facequizite

Shola Bademosi & Shade Kaffo


Tel: 07878202481 or 07919682888