24 November 2012

Nigeria: Ademinokan, Damasus Acquire New Property in Abuja

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Yinka Lawanson aka Lamboginny

Remember Daniel Ademinokan, ex-hubby of Nollywood actress, Doris Simeon's, whose crashed marriage made headlines early this year?

Daniel, the Nollywood Director who re-located to Abuja with their son, David, the only product of the marriage, is in a celebration mood.

In recent times, Daniel has had a lot going for him. The guy who recently got back from a summer trip to Dubai with his son has acquired yet another property in the heart of Abuja which will house his company, Index Two Studios and a boutique called Code 55.

Meanwhile, Daniel is not alone in the merriment. It may interest you to know that Stella and Daniel are partners and both co-owner of Index Two Studios, a production company and more recently Code 55.

According to close sources, November has been slated for the official opening of Code 55. Sources also disclosed that though acquiring the property may appear a herculean task for the director, really it wasn't as Daniel recently landed a few deals to write for some production companies in the US and was handsomely paid.

"He frequents the United States a lot and has been shuttling California and New York meeting with some top Hollywood producers," the source said.

For doubting Thomases who refuse to believe that Daniel has moved on with age-long friend, Stella Damasus, their partnership is the birth of "Unspoken," their first co-produced movie on the stable of Index Two Studios.

Daniel said earlier this year, "Stella and I jointly own a production company called Index Two Studios. This is our first work together professionally but we've been friends like forever. We shot it in Douala, Senegal.

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