"The Return Of Jenifa" NOW PREMIERES IN OCTOBER

At last after a long wait, fans are definitely going to be thrilled to know that their favorite character Jenifa is making a grand return, as the much awaited sequel to the movie “Jenifa”, ‘The Return of Jenifa’, which was originally scheduled to make its cinematic debut on the 23rd of September 2011, at the Muson centre will now be taking place on the 7th of October 2011 as a result of conflicting cinema schedules. The movie will also be showing simultaneously at other cinema houses in Lagos and this will ensure that everyone has the opportunity to see the movie. The movie which has already attracted the support of big brands like the Lagos state government and telecoms giant Globacom
, promises to not only hold its audience spell bound but will also keep them entertained throughout. This is a result of conflicting cinema schedules. The movie which has already attracted the support of big brands like the Lagos state government and telecoms giant Globacom, promises to not only hold its audience spell bound but will also keep them entertained throughout.

‘The Return of Jenifa’ which was shot both within and outside the country, features an impressive

cast which parades both music and movie stars such as Eldee the Don, Banky W, Denrele, Antar Laniyan, Iyabo Ojo, Ireti Osayemi, Helen Paul, the late comedian CD John, Omawumi, Yinka Quadri and many others.
The movie, which was directed by popular director DJ Tee of DJ Tee films, was produced by Funke Akindele. When asked to comment on the success of the movie, producer Funke Akindele said, “the response we got from people about the first part of the film was very encouraging, and a lot of people were highly expectant about the second part, and in order not to disappoint them,
a lot of effort was put into the making of ‘The Return of Jenifa’ and I’m sure that the Nigerian audience will not be disappointed”.

The storyline of the movie ‘The Return of Jenifa’ revolves around the life of the main character Jenifa. Here she registers to be part of a dancing competition, but when she is asked to undergo an HIV test as part of the requirements for entry into the competition, she flees being unsure of her status, as a result of her past exploits. She is later forced to withdraw from the society that she once ruled, and relocates to the village. Going back to the village however does not stop her from being her crazy self, and in the end she learns that life is not all about being a ‘Gbogbo Bigs
Girls’.

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