Charles Okpaleke hints at a ‘Living in Bondage: Breaking Free’ sequel | 5 Things that Should Matter Today

Charles Okpaleke

Charles Okpaleke has hinted at a Living In Bondage: Breaking Free sequel, which many, if we are being honest, knew would happen. Living In Bondage: Breaking Free had an impressive run in cinemas in late 2019, and showed Ramsey’s Nouah capabilities as a first-time director and impressive outing from Swanky JKA.

“I just finished a 4 hour zoom meeting with @2scoopsofnikki @ramseynouah @chrisodeh All I can say for now is Richard Williams would pay some people a visit! It’s official. Who should he start with? The reporter, Andy, Nnamdi or Tobi? Or maybe Kelly”, said Charles Okpaleke on Instagram. Charles Okpaleke is pioneering is ushering a new wave of sequel and remakes in Nollywood, with other projects like Nneka the Pretty Serpent shaping up. Of course, we will bring you updates as the sequel for Living In Bondage: Breaking Free develops.

 

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President Muhammadu Buhari’s $5.513 billion external loan request to finance the revised 2020 budget, has been approved by the senate. Though the senate stood down a component of loan which the federal government said will help in execution of its priority projects, and for projects to support State Governments in stimulating their economy which has been adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic on grounds of lacking requisite details, the loan request was however approved after presentation and consideration of the report of the Senate Committee on Local and Foreign Debts.

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Justice Mohammed Liman of the Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered the release of former governor of Abia, Orji Uzor Kalu, from prison.

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