Sotayo Sobola Speaks Child Rape in new Movie


Enchanting Nollywood actress, Sotayo Sobola, has successfully brought down the curtains on two movies packaged by her firm, Sotee Entertainment.

The movies tagged, “Omo Eleso” (fruits seller) and “Ise Won”, featured screen stars such as Iyabo Ojo, Doris Simeone, Eniola Badmus, comic star Tayo Amokade, popularly called Ijebu, Enitan Fashina, Latif Adedimeji and Sotayo Sobola. Speaking on the two movies, Sotayo explained that “Omo Eleso tells the story of a fruit seller played by my humble self and a lousy office assistant, played by Tayo Amokade or Ijebu, who was after the fruit seller even as the manager of the company, she supplies fruits, was also asking her out.

“But the fruit seller, who knew her worth and what she wanted in life stood her ground, maintaining her dignity and made firm choices that changed her life story at the end of the day. Movie lovers should watch out for a lot of intrigues, comedy and topnotch delivery in this movie.”

“Ise Won”, on the other hand, addresses the issue of child abuse and rape from a very unusual angle.

“In Ise Won, we see a successful young woman who grew up hating men because she was sexually abused as a child. Instead of seeking help through counselling, she kept nursing bitterness to the extent that she only employed women in her company, and this anger took her into a lot of heart-breaking experiences. Let me not tell you the whole story just watch out for the two movies,” the actress stated.

The movies, according to information from the company will soon be released.