EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MR IBU ON HIS UPCOMING MOVIE “MR IBU LAST FLIGHT”

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH MR IBU ON HIS UPCOMING MOVIE “MR IBU LAST FLIGHT”

The popular actor Mr. IBU is in South Africa for his up coming movie called Mr. IBU last flight. We decided to have an interview with him to know more about his visit and the project. Mr. IBU mentioned that he came to South Africa from Botswana and Zimbabwe, he said that he was in Zimbabwe for a project which took few days and from there to Botswana for another assignment, he finally arrived in South Africa to join the campaign against women abuse organized by Pink lips. A not for profit organization based in South Africa.

 

During the interview, I asked Mr. IBU about his upcoming movie title (Mr. IBU last fight). It is a comedy movie and educative movies which were directed by South Africa based movie producer Chike Brown. He explained further that this is not like any other movies out there, this is unique.  This movie is not like what you have been seeing on Africa Magic said, Chike Brown. He also mentioned that this movie will be released very soon globally and it will be one of a kind.


Mr. IBU also talk about the attacks on Nigeria in South Africa and he pleads to each country to live in harmony, we should embrace our diversity and be in peace. He also speaks his language very fluently. He encourages all Africa to respect and value their languages during the interview.  He also speaks some African language like Yoruba and he speaks briefly about his past movies title Asiwaju in Yoruba. It was a very great time with this African comedian as he almost turned the interview into an acting.

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