Successful Business man and Tycoon opens up to Guardian Life in their latest issue where he talks Nollywood and Blockbuster Movie, Living In Bondage.
When asked about his drive for his notable work in Living In Bondage, he says:
“To be honest, what drives me is our heritage. I am making films for Africa. What is important is Nigerians and Africans telling our stories,”
He also talks about his insatiable need to explore and expand Nollywood, make a mark, and improve the overall quality.
In pushing the Living In Bondage narrative he says:
What we did here was to modernize it, we made the spiritual, occultic thing a refined organisation. You didn’t use juju for money to fall down on you. Everything was more like a corporate system. As long as there is life, there is evil and there is good. I don’t think you can stop anyone from shooting something that doesn’t depict this.