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The Super Kids! Watch Zuriel Oduwole and Teen Actor Olamide on ‘Late Night with Nike Oshinowo’



talented kids0585On this week’s edition of ‘Late Night With Nike Oshinowo’, watch as Nike Oshinowo sits down with 12 year old documentary maker Zuriel Oduwole and teen actor Olamide. This week’s episode is all about super talented children.

Zuriel made her first documentary at the age of nine and has gone on to interview presidents and become the youngest person in the world to have a self-produced work shown in a commercial theatre. Her work examines the African while trying to shine a light on the often overlooked, positive developments and people leading change throughout the continent.

Meanwhile, Lagos born and bred, 12 year old Olamide first started acting at age 3 and shares that journey on the Late Night with Nike Oshinowo couch. He talks about everything from his first movie role in Cobwebs, to what it feels like to be an award winning actor at such a tender age.

This week on Late Night with Nike Oshinowo, the show is proud to bring you the next generation of Nigerian creators who are already well on their way to making Nigeria proud.

Tune in tonight, on AIT!

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  1. Bb

    January 22, 2015 at 9:21 pm

    There are very few child prodigies. Most of these children have very pushy parents.

  2. chi-e-z

    January 23, 2015 at 1:58 am

    Love Zuriel articulate, confident everything I’d want in a daughter and future president. Zuriel U.S.A President to be go girl.

  3. Tosin

    January 23, 2015 at 5:38 am

    Comments – how was it?

  4. lola

    January 24, 2015 at 10:22 am

    Bb just to let you know the world is very competitive now so you have to .make sure you put in everything in your child to make them relevant OK .you cannot wait for the nannys to do that for you.. Your comment says a lot of your patenting style

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