The latest work of renowned Nollywood actress and movie producer StephNora Okere, ROBERTA is set for premiere.
The cinematic work, ROBERTA is a gripping tale of resilience, empowerment, and redemption, which is
produced under her production company, AfroVision Ltd, would be premiered at Silverbird Cinema VIP Hall, Abuja on February 17th 2024.
Directed by Ema Edosio, ‘Roberta’ unfolds the captivating story of Amaka Nwachukwu, brilliantly portrayed by Somkele Iyalamah navigating the challenging terrain of life, marked by abuse and exploitation.
The film takes a poignant turn as Amaka encounters the manipulative Jackson Onote, portrayed by Wole Ojo, leading her into a dark world of exploitation under the guise of launching her music career.
This exclusive event promises to be a star-studded affair, featuring celebrities, top government officials, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and agencies dedicated to girl-child upliftment.
The Executive Premiere promises to be a gathering of the creme de la creme of society, celebrities, and advocates for girl-child upliftment.
Notable cast members and key industry figures are expected to grace the occasion.
In a statement at the weekend, Okere, who is an advocate of Girl Child Advocate, said she
is thrilled to unveil the highly anticipated Executive Premiere of its latest cinematic gem, ‘Roberta,’
Sharong her thoughts about the film, Okere said, “I grew up in Nigeria in a relatively comfortable home, yet faced challenges in my career and as a student. I can imagine the hardships for underprivileged girls, some forced into these situations due to survival instincts. My belief is that highlighting these situations and dangers is an effective way to educate everyone on the signs, dangers, and potential solutions, especially for the vulnerable young girls.”who are the major focal point and concern of her NGO; BIGSISTER CARE FOUNDATION.
The Executive Premiere is strictly on invitation and intends to bring together key stakeholders, advocates, and supporters of girl-child empowerment.
‘Roberta’ is not merely a film; it is a powerful narrative shedding light on societal issues and championing the resilience of women determined to overcome adversity.”