Billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, and wife Nana on Sunday stormed the movie set of Kunle Afolayan’s Citation.
Mr Otedola and wife were at the set to experience the art of movie-making and to support their daughter, Temi, who is making her acting debut in the movie.
Kunle, in a post on Instagram on Monday, said the crew was surprised to have Otedola on set.
“Yesterday, we were surprised to have received a special guest on the set of #citationthemovie Egbon Femi @femiotedola came through with Mrs Nana to experience how the magic of movie-making is done and also to support their daughter Temi,” he said.
Legendary cinematographer, Tunde Kelani, was also on set of the movie and is seen in pictures discussing with Otedola and the movie crew in the new caravan purchased Kunle’s Golden Effects Pictures.
“We shared very insightful and interesting moment with my papa Tunde Kelani. Thank you sir for the words of encouragement and supports,” Kunle added.
Temi plays the lead character of ‘Moremi’ in Citation and enjoys a bond with Joke Silva.
The fashion enthusiast shared a video on Instastories of the moment she was given a surprise visit by her parents.
“My parents came to surprise me on location for #CitationTheMovie,” she said.
Kunle had on January 21 announced that his company had purchased a caravan, otherwise known as RV and motor home.
The van has a flat-screen TV, a living area, dining area, kitchen, fridge, bedroom, cooker, wardrobe, bathroom, toilet among others.
“RV/ Motor home/ Caravan. Just for that one reason of setting standard and creating a conducive atmosphere in the creative space,” Kunle said, adding that the van was available for rental.
Citation also features actress Ini Edo, experienced broadcaster-turned-actor, Sadiq Daba, and actor Gabriel Afolayan among others.
Written by Golden Effects Pictures’ long-standing screenwriter, Tunde Babalola, Citation tells the story of Moremi Oluwa, a fun-loving 21-year-old student on campus in Nigeria. Incensed at being ill-treated by a trendy university don, Lucien N’Dyare, she drags him before the University Senate. The ensuing intrigues define Moremi’s word against that of the respected academic, in a male-dominated bastion.