AY produces “Trip to Jamaica” for Jamaicans

Popular Nigerian comedian, Ayo Makun, (AY), has said that his new movie “Trip to Jamaica” was inspired by his knowledge of how Jamaicans patronize Nigerian films.

AY, who is the producer of the film, said the movie would hit the screen in months to come.

In a chat with journalists, AY said he intended to take the film to the Jamaicans for the love they show the Nigerian movie industry.

“They always want to watch our movies, so the best way to appreciate them back is to do something within their premise and create an aesthetic balance. This will make them like Nollywood even more,” AY said.

He also said the movie would feature popular actor, Eric Roberts, who is well loved by the Jamaicans.

Other actors to feature in the film include Funke Akinlade, Nse Ikpe Etim and Jamaican movie stars, Rebecca Silvere, and Paul Campbell.

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