Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Dr. Yadi Alakija, Ambassador of Norway to Nigeria, Jens-Petter Kjemprud, others attend private screening of The Lost Café in Abuja (PHOTOS)

The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Abuja on Tuesday hosted the screening of the much-anticipated film, ‘The Lost Café’, directed by Kenneth Gyang and produced by Regina Udalor. Guests at the invite-only event had the opportunity to watch the feature film before its release on 15 December 2017.

The elite assembly of guests at the event include Mr. Jens-Petter Kjemprud, Ambassador of Norway to Nigeria; Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the Nigerian President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora; Mr. Torben Gettermann, Ambassador of Denmark; Mr. Robert Keller, Deputy Head of Mission, Sweden; Dr. Yadi Alakija, Chief Humanitarian Officer, Nigeria; Ann Schort, High Commissioner for Jamaica; Mr. Chijioke Igwe, Chairman, Nigeria-Norway Chamber of Commerce, and many more.

The film was supported by Project Act Nollywood, Angenieux, and Catapult Film of Nigeria, France, and Norway.

See photos from the premiere below:

Mr Chijioke Igwe, Chairman Nigeria -Norway Chamber of Commerce and Ann Schort, High commissioner for Jamaica
Guests at the event with the Ambassador of Norway to Nigeria
Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the Nigerian President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora at the movie screening
Kenneth Gyang and guests at the event
L-R: Mr Robert Keller, Deputy Head of Mission Sweden, Mr. Torben Gettermann, Ambassador of Denmark and Mr. Kenneth Gyang, Director of Th lost cafe
Mr. Torben Gettermann Ambassador of Denmark with guests
Regina Udalor producer of The Lost Cafe
Ambassador of Norway to Nigeria, Mr. Jens Petter Kjemprud and Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Senior Special Assistant to the Nigerian President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora at the movie screening

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