The actress said that the prizes are for her next film, ‘Marrying a Campbell.’
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Nollywood actress Yvonne Jegede demonstrated an astounding new accomplishment at the recentToronto International Nollywood Film Festival,(TINFF).
Jegede recently announced on her Instagram page that she had won nine out of ten trophies at the Canadian event.
“I co-produced a movie Marrying A Campbell to be released 2022. Story by Yvonne Jegede. Script by Yvonne Jegede, Patrick Nnamani and Jane Odogwu,” the actress wrote.
“I acted and I co-executive produced. We just bagged nine out of 10 awards at the Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival. Allow me to brag because I brag different.”
Rachel Campbell, a rich Nigerian socialite and mother of four girls, is the protagonist of the yet-to-be-released film. Things take a dramatic turn when she learns that her youngest daughter is engaged to marry the son of a poor farmer.
The film, directed by Ayana Saunders and starring Chelsea Eze, Bolanle Ninolowo, and Dave Ogbeni, will be released in 2022.
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