Mercy Aigbe features “Ada Omo Daddy” heads to UK cinemas this February.

Mercy Aigbe features "Ada Omo Daddy" heads to UK cinemas this February.

This February, Mercy Aigbe’s film “Ada Omo Daddy” will open in UK theaters.

Its debut seven weeks ago has taken place in five cities and two nations.

On February 9, 2024, Mercy Aigbe-Adeoti’s love comedy Ada Omo Dady will make its UK premiere.

Five Odeon Cinemas locations—Manchester, Birmingham, Streatham, Surrey Quays, and Greenwich—would screen the film.

In addition the Independent Film Exhibition Consultancy (IFEC), which is also in charge of Malaika and A Tribe Called Judah’s. UK showings, will distribute Ada Omo Daddy.

Omowunmi Dada, who plays the title character Ada and becomes engaged to her lover Tayo Faniran, is the main actress in the cast. However, there are a number of obstacles on both sides of the cross-cultural love tale, which causes it to turn heated.

It has been said that the film, which was directed by Adebayo Tijani and Akay Mason Ilozobhie, throws additional light on a number of social issues.

Tomi Ojo, Charles Okafor, Chiwetalu Agu, Dele Odule, Taiwo Adeyemi, Marion Peters, Carol King, Adeniyi Johnson, Nkechi Blessing, Wunmitoriola, Chief Kanran, Adediwura Gold, Fausat Balogun, and Jumoke Odutola are among the all-star cast members.

Fuji artist Chief Wale Ayuba also makes a special cameo in the scene of the wedding celebration.

However the Cinemas Exhibitors Association of Nigeria’s most recent report, the film, which had its countrywide premiere on December 15, 2023, has made ₦215,605,172 in total revenue.

With an all-star cast that includes Tomi Ojo, Charles Okafor, Chiwetalu Agu, Dele Odule, Taiwo Adeyemi, Fred Amata, Carol. King, Mariam Peters, Phyna, Adeniyi Johnson, Nkechi Blessing, Wunmitoriola, Chief Kanran, Adediwura Gold, Fausat Balogun, and Jumoke Odutola, the film. Directed by Akay Mason Ilozobhie and Adebayo Tijani, addresses a number of social issues in the scene of the wedding. However reception, Fuji artist Chief Wale Ayuba makes a special appearance.

“Ada Omo Daddy,” which debuted countrywide on December 15, 2023, has reportedly made ₦215,605,172 in total revenue, according to the most recent data from the Nigerian Cinemas Exhibitors Association. The films “Ada Omo Daddy,” “Malaika,” and “A Tribe Called Judah” are still showing in Nigerian theaters all over the country.

Moreover a Tribe Called Judah, Ada Omo Daddy, and Malaika are still playing in Nigerian theaters all throughout the country.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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