MOREMI AJASORO – Akinwumi Ishola | Adebayo Salami|Abiodun Duro Ladipo
It is the 80th birthday of the Matriarch of Duro Ladipo family and today friends, family and associate are gathered in the city of Ibadan to celebrate the Iconic Woman. We at LibraTv join family and friends to celebrate her by bringing to you her most recent production, Moremi Ajasoro, written by her late husband, world acclaimed dramatist, Durodola Ladipo and rearranged by another veteran, award winning writer, late professor Akinwumi Ishola.Starring many veterans both late and living like Adebayo Faleti, Akinwumi Isola, Lere Paimo, Yemi Eleburuibon, Lanre Hassan, Iyabo Ogunsola, Adebayo Salami, Yinka Quadri, Tola Oladokun, Gbolagade Akinpelu, Muyiwa Ademola, Abiodun Duroladipo, Sola Akinsola, Wole Duroladipo, Yomi Duro Ladipo and many more.
What a great movie. This should be in one of the documentary that should be used to teach kids in both primary and secondary schools so that we won’t forget our history. Imagine as old as I am just learning the true history of moremi. God bless the scriptwriter. You have instill a unforgettable history in us. Thanks a bunch.
wait no one is talking about Moremi son always being as joyous as his mother like it been long but i can’t lie to you, I felt the pain of a mother for the first time even without me getting to the point it actually happened in the movie, me recollecting the story of Moremi and also seeing the way she was brave, happy and always putting a smile on her face not only that look at the way Moremi and her son danced in the second to third scene I won’t lie to you am courageous but I don’t think I can go to that length because I felt the pain of a mother loosing her child not even a child but the only child wow am speechless. I think we Yoruba’s should wake up and remember what a woman has done for us we are just not anybody but we are someone among the Africans we are well known for our legends, stories of our forefathers and all that, believe me if Moremi son was alive he would also have had so many generations after him Yoruba’s lets wake up a whole linage of someone that could have become even a nation on it own was sacrificed for our happiness.