BY ADENIYI A.
Lagos State Governor Akinwunmi Ambode has promised to give 93 Days an international class premiere that will promote the movie as he recognizes the importance of the movie in telling a successful government response to a national near-epidemic disease.
Ambode made the pledge during a visit of the cast and crew of the movie to his Lagos State House office in an entourage that included Hollywood veteran, Danny Glover.
He said, “We would support this film and everything that has to do with it. Like I said, we would be looking forward to the premiere and I’ve told Danny that he has to be part of it and bring his experience and social capital into it and he’ll be coming with other world class actors to do that, we would join in promoting this also.
While extolling the American actor, the governor continued, “That means a lot to us and it would also mean a lot to the entertainment industry. It would be part of the legacies that you would be leaving to us here because as much as we look forward to all the great things that you have achieved, we believe also that this would also be part the celebration for your 70th birthday next year.“