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‘Orisa Mimo’ set to address psychological problems —Oreofe Williams

Popular faith-based film maker, Oreofe Williams, otherwise known as Awo Jesu, who recently completed his new work entitled: ‘Orisa Mimo’, has revealed that the movie was produced to address psychological ailments, especially Bipolar Disorder, among humans.

Williams, who is also the CEO of Oreofe Films and Theatre Production (OFTP), said further that it is  important to create awareness about these mental problems and save people within and outside the religious sector from lifetime pain.

“There are various mental problems that people encounter unknowingly such as Bipolar disorder, schizophrenic psychosis, dementia, among others.

“This is why some people are seen as sadists, while some are described as jovial persons for no reason. For instance, these are also set of the people that are in religious institutions without their right frame of mind,” he said.

According to Awo Jesu, the movie which will be premiered in Lagos State on October 30, is dedicated to all women, especially mothers.

“Aside the fact that it is my mission to reach out to religious institutions, especially the unbelievers, the movie is targeted to proffer lasting solutions to put an end to the challenges in people’s lives and the society at large,” he added.

The movie which is directed by Yemi Shodimu also featured many secular actors including veteran actresses, Idowu Philips popularly known as Iya Rainbow, Joke Muyiwa, DeleOdule, Tunbosun Odunsi, Tunde Bamgbode popularly kown as Fakoko, among others.