A veteran actor, Kareem Adepoju, popularly known as Baba Wande, has said that he feels happy being involved in the re-adaptation of the iconic Yoruba movie, ‘Ti Oluwa Ni Ile’, back to life on stage in a new production titled, ‘Asiyanbi: Ti Oluwa Nile’.

Baba Wande wrote the story, Ti Oluwa Ni Ile, which was eventually made into a three-part movie by respected cinematographer, Tunde Kelani.

Expressing his excitement at being part of the production, Baba Wande said, “This is a historic project. Even though I own the story, I am more than grateful to be part of this project. I give the producers of this play kudos for their ingenuity. I am happy this happening in my lifetime, and I am fully in support.”

A veteran actor, Kareem Adepoju, popularly known as Baba Wande, has said that he feels happy being involved in the re-adaptation of the iconic Yoruba movie, ‘Ti Oluwa Ni Ile’, back to life on stage in a new production titled, ‘Asiyanbi: Ti Oluwa Nile’.

Baba Wande wrote the story, Ti Oluwa Ni Ile, which was eventually made into a three-part movie by respected cinematographer, Tunde Kelani.

Expressing his excitement at being part of the production, Baba Wande said, “This is a historic project. Even though I own the story, I am more than grateful to be part of this project. I give the producers of this play kudos for their ingenuity. I am happy this happening in my lifetime, and I am fully in support.”