Wema Bank partners with Asurf TV for the premiere of Hakkunde, an intriguing story of a young graduate through his journey to self-discovery and actualization.
In case you did not know…Wema bank recently launched ALAT – Nigeria’s first fully digital bank. I use ALAT for urgent transactions at very cheap rate unlike regular bank.
Wema bank is connected to the Nigerian film industry by a shared set of values including creativity, imagination and innovation. As a bank interested in fostering innovation in the country, Wema Bank partners with local businesses in different industries, especially in the creative space, to contribute to the economic growth of the country.
The Nigerian movie industry is a very competitive industry, with financing often a challenge for smaller players. Partnerships with corporate bodies like Wema Bank being the lifebuoy of upcoming producers, ensures that they get an opportunity to tell their stories.
HAKKUNDE premiere held on Sunday, July 30 at Genesis Deluxe Cinema in Lagos. The movie, produced by Asurf Oluseyi, is an intriguing story of a young graduate who battles everything on his journey to self-discovery and actualization. The story is characterized by actions and reactions that defines the everyday Nigerian society, with its ups and downs and with a focus on the life of a job hunting graduate “Akande” who found himself in totality while searching for a job, and a better life.
It highlights the merits of steadfastness, humility and self-denial and espouses the gains of harnessing opportunities, delimiting the much-celebrated mediocrity of high handedness, and divulging the demerits of pride, greed and inconsistency.
Starring Frank Donga as ‘Akande’, Toyin Abraham, Seyi Law, Rahama Sadau and Ali Nuhu; Hakkunde will be in cinemas nationwide from August 4, 2017. There is a lot to learn and discover in this movie. It’s one you must see!
I’m loving the new generation of Nollywood films…or is it just me? I would love to read your thought in the comment section below 😉