4 February 2013

Kenya: Jim Iyke Shoots Reality Show At Film Première

Another reality TV show is coming to our screens, this time we will get to see actor and businessman Jim Iyke in action. ( Resource: Jim Iyke: Unscripted Show Promo )

Nigerian movie bad boy shoot sections of his new reality TV show at the Holland screening of Kenyan film Something Necessary directed by Judy Kibinge.

Jim Iyke was in Holland with his manager Christopher Grey for the International Film Festival where they attended the screening of the post poll violence movie. Here, he filmed segments for his new TV show Jim Iyke - Unscripted that will be aired next month.

While in Holland, the Embassy of Nigeria at The Hague hosted the Naija star and his crew. The Ambassador commended Jim on his recognition by the UN as a goodwill ambassador and for his humanitarian work which affects the African continent including the Make A Change Campaign.

Together with Jamaican stars CeCile and Mavado, they raise awareness about education, healthcare and youth economic development across Africa. The campaign will culminate in a major concert at Kasarani Stadium on September 2013. Jim was recently in Kenya to audition for the role of John Kiriamiti in the movie My Life in Crime.

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