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WATCH Sahara Group’s Short Film – “Hanatu” produced by Kunle Afolayan

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Buoyed by its passion for spreading hope and providing platforms for dreams to blossom, Sahara Group released a short film – Hanatu – produced and directed by ace filmmaker Kunle Afolayan.

Hanatu is an inspiring short film that tells the story of how a young corps member Preye helped a little girl (Hanatu) in a village rediscover her confidence and hope for a bright future by helping her secure a prosthetic leg after she lost her father in a dastardly accident.

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3 Comments

  1. Bolaji

    August 12, 2017 at 10:08 pm

    Alright, we need to stop using words like ‘ace’, ‘veteran’ ‘pioneer’ etc in Nigeria so loosely.

  2. isaobi

    August 13, 2017 at 1:47 pm

    Nice film. Short and Sharp !! By the way, what’s wrong in describing Kunle Afolayan as “ace” ? There is no point bringing our personal parochial feelings to the BN comments page.

    • Bolaji

      August 13, 2017 at 2:11 pm

      Okay @isaobi, let us laugh a bit….
      …..
      parochial
      pəˈrəʊkɪəl/Submit
      adjective
      having a limited or narrow outlook or scope.
      “parochial attitudes”
      synonyms: narrow-minded, small-minded, provincial, insular, narrow, small-town, inward-looking, limited, restricted, localist, conservative, conventional, short-sighted, petty, close-minded, blinkered, myopic, introverted, illiberal, hidebound, intolerant; parish-pump; informaljerkwater, hick
      “parochial attitudes”

      adjective: ace
      very good.
      “an ace swimmer”
      synonyms: excellent, very good, first-rate, first-class, marvellous, wonderful, magnificent, outstanding, superlative, formidable, virtuoso, masterly, expert, champion, fine, consummate, skilful, adept;

      ….

      I wish I had a narrow outlook on life [parochial], then I would describe everything as ace. But alas i have a broad taste and watch films from all over the world. When I see an ‘ace’ filmmaker, I describe them as such.

      Now what is the point of a comments page, if you are not allowed to express ‘your’ opinion?

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