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Ola Rotimi’s ‘The gods are not to blame’ for the big screen

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Late Ola Rotimi’s popular play,“The Gods Are Not To Blame” which reflects critically on the most cherished myth of cultural transmission has been adapted for the big screen.the-gods

Respected Nollywood stars such as Bukky Ajayi, Norbert Young, Ireti Doyle and Dele Odule recently teamed up with director, Funke Fayoyin to adapt the play into a movie.

Titled ‘The gods Are Still Not To Blame’, the movie tells the story of a queen mother (Carol King) who tries to save her new born baby from being killed as suggested by the diviner. The baby was discovered to have a bad destiny-to kill his father and marry his mother. Things however go awry when 28 years after, fate brings the child in contact with his destiny.

Produced by Byron Ene, the movie parades other actors  such as Funsho Adeolu, Yemi Eleuibon, Moji Olaiya, Bayo Alawiye, Omowumi Dada and Seun Akindele.

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