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With the theme of love, betrayal and terrorism, the memory of the stolen dreams of Chibok Girls is evoked in Rogers Ofime’s new movie, ‘Voiceless’ which hits the cinemas today. The indigenous thriller interrogates life after the rescue of the abducted school girls and boys, writes Yinka Olatunbosun Panic may be written on the faces of the young characters in the new movie, “Voiceless”

Last Thursday, three major Nollywood studios, Native Media, Theatrone Media, and Whitestone Pictures, jointly announced the release of their much-anticipated, insurgency-inspired romantic-thriller, Voiceless.   This feature film brings to the fore, the plight of Boko Haram abductees, the psychological trauma they are subjected to, and the difficulty of re-integrating them back into the society. Voiceless is a gripping love story based on actual events, fiction, yet

Rogers Ofime’s latest movie, ‘Voiceless’, a Hausa language feature film will open at cinemas on Friday, November 20. Directed by Robert Peters and starring Esther Asabe Phillips, Adam Garba, Rekiya Attah, Sani Muazu, Uzee Usman and Yakubu Mohammed, the movie excerpts from the 2014 Chibok girls abduction to tell a story of love, betrayal and anguish. It centres on Salma (Philips) and Goni (Garba), captured

Ediale Kingsley after seeing Voiceless and enjoying a chit-chat with Producer Rogers Ofime and casts of the movie, agrees with veteran filmmakers and other media colleagues that this movie is worth more than it’s classic, commercial and creative value. From November 20, 2020, Cinemas across Nigeria starts showing a Hausa language feature length film titled Voiceless. A gripping flick about the Insugency in Northern Nigeria as produced

Producer Rogers Ofime’s ‘Voiceless’ explores the plight of male Boko Haram abductees and the difficulty of re-integrating them and female victims back into the society in this movie of love, betrayal and violence. ON April 14, 2014, Boko Haram militants attacked Government Secondary School, Chibok, Borno State and abducted about 276 schoolgirls. Nigerians and the world were taken aback by the brazen abduction that

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