ALADI, a short social movie which is currently showing on YouTube, has been described as a campaign against rape and domestic violence.
This was disclosed by the movie’s producer, Prosper Ogwa, an actor, filmmaker and also the founder of the END Campaign.
“ALADI is a short film on rape and domestic violence, shot to sensitize the society on this social crisis and the need to break the silence,” Ogwa said.
“This short film was produced to promote the objective of END Campaign, a social crusade created to put an end to all forms of social crisis from stigmatization, to rape, drug trafficking, terrorism, child abuse and all other forms of crisis.
“Our tools in achieving a crisis free society are work of art, a unique strategic way to create maximum awareness in the most informative way, reaching more people with craft and stories that touch and teach. We are set to use photography, short films, documentary, poetry and other forms of art to promote the END #ICANSHARE Campaign.”
The short film starred Queen Adakole Stephen, Oreoluwa Eniobanke Brown, Grace Otoaye and others.
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