Nollywood Actress Wumi Toriola Advises Young Producers on Professionalism and Morals

…By Joseph Benjamin for TDPel Media. Wumi Toriola, a popular Nollywood actress, has shared a powerful message on her Instagram page directed at young movie producers.

In a statement titled “Letter to young producers,” she advised them to be mindful of their actions and to respect everyone involved in the production process.

Toriola emphasized that the success of a production does not solely rely on money, but rather on hard work, professionalism, and good morals.

She urged young producers not to look down on anyone and to stand out through their behaviour.

Drawing from her own experience, Toriola explained that she considered herself a “slave to everyone” during her work, as the success of the job was her primary concern.

She warned against relying solely on money and exhibiting rude behaviour.

In her statement, Toriola wrote, “Whoever told you, ‘just have your money,’ and boom you have a successful production.


That person lied to you, you need your morals more, even if it’s for the sake of your production. God now help you, you have a cast like me, omoh dey play.

When I am working, I am literally a slave to everyone at that time because only the success of that job matters at that point.

‘Bring money and be rude just dey play.’”

Analysis and Commentaries

Wumi Toriola’s message serves as a timely reminder to young movie producers about the importance of professionalism, respect, and good morals in the entertainment industry.

It is easy to become consumed by the desire for financial gain and forget that the people involved in the production process, including the cast and crew, deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.

Toriola’s experience as a Nollywood actress and her success in the industry lend weight to her message.

Her warning against relying solely on money and exhibiting rude behaviour is particularly important in a highly competitive industry like Nollywood.


The entertainment industry is not exempt from issues of workplace harassment, exploitation, and unethical behaviour.

Therefore, it is essential that young producers take heed of Toriola’s message and ensure that they create safe and ethical work environments that prioritize the well-being of all involved.

Overall, Wumi Toriola’s message to young producers is a call to action for the entertainment industry to prioritize professionalism, respect, and good morals in all aspects of production.


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