Nollywood Classic ‘Ori’ Gets a Fresh Take as Muyiwa Ademola Announces ‘Ori Reloaded’

Nollywood Classic ‘Ori’ Gets a Fresh Take as Muyiwa Ademola Announces ‘Ori Reloaded’

…By Larry John for TDPel Media. Renowned Nollywood actor Muyiwa Ademola has shared exciting news about his highly successful movie, “Ori,” which was originally released two decades ago.


In an online video, the veteran actor revealed his plans for a new version of the film titled “Ori Reloaded.”

Ademola expressed his anticipation for this upcoming project, assuring fans that it would offer a philosophical adventure akin to the original installment from 2003.

Muyiwa Ademola’s Call for Participation in “Ori Reloaded”

In his announcement, Muyiwa Ademola emphasized the significance of “Ori” as a work of art that reflects the concept of fate.


He invited everyone to join him in the filming and viewing of “Ori Reloaded,” encouraging them to be part of this historic journey.

The actor’s excitement was evident as he celebrated the 20th anniversary of the original movie and looked forward to captivating audiences once again.

Muyiwa Ademola Expresses Frustration with Power Interruptions

Muyiwa Ademola recently voiced his dissatisfaction with the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) due to continuous power cuts and restorations.

He described how, after returning home from an 18-day film shoot, his peaceful sleep was repeatedly interrupted by the erratic power supply.

Ademola called on PHCN to cease the annoying act and improve the reliability of electricity provision.


Complaints about Noise Pollution from Light Alarms

In his venting, Muyiwa Ademola expressed frustration over the noise pollution caused by the light alarms installed in his area.

The frequent power interruptions during the night triggered these alarms, further disturbing his sleep.

He urged PHCN to address the issue promptly and consider the impact of their actions on the community’s well-being.

Seeking Better Power Supply and an End to Frustration

Highlighting the inconvenience and frustration caused by the PHCN’s inconsistent power supply, Muyiwa Ademola called for improvement in their services.

He expressed the desire for a more reliable electricity infrastructure and emphasized the importance of uninterrupted power supply, especially for individuals returning home after long workdays.


Ademola’s plea served as a call for better services and an end to the disruptive power interruptions.

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