Charles Okpaleke shares the reason behind making of his first upcoming Movie ” Hijack 93″.

Charles Okpaleke shares the reason behind making of his first upcoming Movie " Hijack 93".

In addition the purpose of the upcoming film “Hijack 93” is explained by Charles Okpaleke.

However the real-life incident that took place in Nigeria on October 25, 1993, served as the inspiration for the film.

Moreover the forthcoming historical film Hijack 93: The Mad Men & the Aircraft’s director, Charles Okpaleke, has disclosed why he chose to make it.

The director stated in an Instagram post that he wanted to share the 1993 Hijack narrative because he thought it. Was important for young people to understand their past he stated, “May Day May Day committed to telling our stories. So our children’s children will know and tell their own children about Nigerian history #playnetworkstudios#nollywood.”

The film is based on the historic October 25, 1993, incident in which four adolescent boys took control of a Nigerian Airways aircraft to protest the June 12 elections.

Four young Nigerian males, Richard Ogunderu, Kabir Adenuga, Benneth Oluwadaisi, and Kenny Rasaq-Lawal, took control of a Nigerian Airways aircraft. On its way to Abuja from Lagos on the aforementioned day, forcing the crew to make an emergency landing in. The Niger Republic their bold action was an attempt to compel the government to give MKO Abiola control.

In 2021, Okpaleke made the initial announcement about the production, stating that first-hand recollections of the incident would be. Included and that it would not simply be a recounting of what had transpired.

The film is based on the historic October 25, 1993, incident in which four adolescent boys took control of a Nigerian Airways aircraft to protest the June 12 elections.

Four young Nigerian males, Richard Ogunderu, Kabir Adenuga, Benneth Oluwadaisi, and Kenny Rasaq-Lawal, took control of a Nigerian Airways. Aircraft on its way to Abuja from Lagos on the aforementioned day, forcing the crew to make an emergency landing in the Niger Republic. Their bold action was an attempt to compel the government to give MKO Abiola control.

In 2021, Okpaleke made the initial announcement about the production, stating that first-hand recollections of the incident would be included and that it would not simply be a recounting of what had transpired.

A release date has not yet been confirmed, so the wait goes on.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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