223 graduate from Awojesu’s ‘City of Talents Academy’ 

About 223 students have graduated and have been certified professional filmmakers by the City of Talents Academy, a film institution owned by prolific faith-based film producer, Oreofe Williams popularly known as Awojesu.

The event held on August 31 at the film village, Arapaja, Odo-Ona Kekere, Ibadan, Oyo State, was graced by popular actors, Bolaji Amusan (aka Mr. Latin), Woli Arole, Yomi Olorunlaye, and Akinola Akano, (aka Segbowe).

The 5th convocation graduated 223 students from courses including, Postgraduate Degree in Mentorship Studies, Basic Degree in Mentorship Studies, Mentorship Degree in Film and Media Technology, Intensive Mentorship Diploma in Film Technology, Mentorship Diploma in Film Productions, Mentorship certificate in Film Productions, Mentorship Certificate of Participation in Film and Theatre Workshop.

According to Williams, who is also a talent development coach, the convocation was a dream come true and a huge success in the history of the city of talent.

“I am delighted that the academy has been able to produce various professionals that will add value to the film-making industry, especially the faith-based circle. The development gives me the strength that the future of the younger generation is bright. I wish them well as they forge ahead in their careers,” he added.

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