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Wale Ojo speaks Chinese in The CEO
11 January 2016, 21:30
Lagos - Kunle Afolayan will be releasing the official trailer of his latest cinematic offering at the end of January.
The film maker released five clips from the film while making the announcement.
One of the clips show Nollywood actor Wale Ojo having a conversation in Mandarin with three Chinese men.
“Out of excitement I decided to share a few Exclusive clip from The CEO movie. The full trailer coming end of the month. Watch out!” he wrote on Instagram.
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