One of the main cast of new movie, ‘Power of 1,’ Prince Jide Kosoko has opened up on why he accepted to feature on the movie, which was directed by Izu Ojukwu.

In an exclusive chat with Pulse, Kosoko said he keyed into the movie after he got the script which preached the values he believed in.

I believed so much in the issues the script was preaching and I was happy keying into the movie as one of the players. Also when I checked the lineup of the crew and cast, I realised they are all professionals, tested and trusted, hence, I am happy being part of the movie,” he said.

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On Jide Kosoko’s role in ‘Power of 1’

‘The Meeting’ actor was happy sharing his experience on the set as well as the role he played in the movie billed for release in December 2018 ahead of the holidays.


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Jide Kosoko on the set of ‘Power of 1’ (YouTube/Buckwyld)

 

He said, “I played the role of a governor, who believed in a particular thing, which is the ability of individuals to decide for themselves. The abilities of individuals to contribute towards ensuring a proper change.

“It was fun on the set of ‘Power of 1’ and as I mentioned earlier on, I knew I was working with professionals who have been tested and trusted when I saw the cast and crew.

Why I am identifying with ‘Power of 1’ – Jide Kosoko

On his thoughts about the movie, Jide Kosoko said the advocacy movie is one of the few movies he will identify with for the message.


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Jide Kosoko (Pulse)

 

He said this was important because of the current state of the country and preparations towards the general election in 2019.

One of the strong messages is that individuals should believe that they can contribute towards positive change using one power which means individuals have that single power with which they can make that change positively for the society, for themselves and for the people close to them,” Kosoko told Pulse.

‘Power of 1’ stars Ramsey Nouah, Alex Ekubo, Annie Idibia, Jibola Dabo, Jide Kosoko, Racheal Oniga, Michelle Dede, Padita Agu and many more.

The movie is scheduled to start showing in cinemas across Nigeria from December 7, 2018.


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