Glamour, razzmatazz at ‘Predator’s Nest’ premier and awards night

•Actress Grace Amah

Despite the less than 24 hours information for change of venue, the movie premiere of Don Pedro Aganbi’s ‘Predator’s Nest’ was a success in all ramifications.

Held at Railway hotel, Ebutte Metta, the two–in-one event organised by former chairman, Lagos State branch of Actors Guild of Nigeria, Don Pedro Aganbi, was well attended by dignitaries from all walks of life.

The faces spotted at the event include Desmond Elliot, Nobert Young, Grace Amah, Sunny Neji, chairman Ojez Entertainment, Joseph Odobeatu, Niyi Alli, chairman, Surulere Local Government Area, Bamidele Suleiman Yusuf, Vice Chairman, Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government Area, Lucky Uduikhue; CEO, AfrigoldTV, Oby Uzoukwu, Uzamat Akinbile Yussuf, Commissioner for Arts, Culture & Tourism, Lagos State, among others.

The movie which centres on the exploitation of the innocence of minors by predators who can be family friends, fathers, uncles, aunties, friends, is an eye opener to the evil lurking in society.

Predator’s Nest is a call to greater care, from everyone within the chain; the boy, the girl, the teacher, the principal, the rules, the law, the detective, the constable and every well-meaning person or group.

The movie parades top actors like Kelechi Udegbe, David Mckinze, Chris Akwarandu, Don Amina Ndim, Mimi Adesoji, among many others.

The second part which was the Global Film Academy Top 50 Leaders and Philanthropists awards ceremony, recognised the roles in society by distinguished personalities such as Oby Olebara Uzoukwu (Outstanding humanitarian Award), Mykel Parish Ajaere (Nollywood Merit Award), Nobert Young (Lifetime Achievement Award), Grace Amah (Nollywood Merit Award), Uzamat Akinbile Yussuf, Commissioner for Arts, Culture & Tourism, Lagos State (Outstanding Public Sector Leadership Award), among others.



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