15 December 2012

Nigeria: Uche Jombo Takes Nollywood to Abiriba

Nollywood actress and producer, Uche Jombo Rodriguez is set to make history again as she concludes plans to premiere her latest flick, A Mother's Fight. Final production of the movie which was completed sometimes last month has continued to generate massive buzz on different social media networks.

With a determination to helping widows and ease their plights by bringing to the fore their problems, trials and tribulations, the actress said that, even though so many stories and researches have been done in that line, the injustices meted out to widows in the country and the world-over seems not to be abating as the trend seems to be on the increase.

Scheduled to premiere a day before Christmas in the bubbly town of Abiriba, Abia State, the country home of the actress; the movie is expected among other things to help bring succour to widows and draw attention to their plight while also eliciting the desired assistance to alleviate their suffering.

Speaking on the movie, Jombo-Rodriguez said "Experience, they say is the best teacher; and on this matter I can say that I have been on the receiving end.

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