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Sola Asedeko

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Sola Asedeko is a Nigerian film actress, film-maker and director. She is popularly known as Abeni for her lead role in Abeni, a 2006 Nigerian film, produced and directed by Tunde Kelani.

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Filmographie de Sola Asedeko (4 films)

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Abeni
Abeni (2006)

Origine Nigeria
Genres Drame, Romance
Acteurs Sola Asedeko, Jide Kosoko, Marcelline Aboh, Bukky Wright
Rôle Abeni
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Une jeune fille nigériane issue d'une famille nantie et de la haute société tombe follement amoureuse du fils de leur gardien lui plutôt de nationalité béninoise.
The Narrow Path, 1h35
Origine Nigeria
Acteurs Sola Asedeko, Khabirat Kafidipe
Rôle Awero

The film narrated the dilemma of a young lady called Awero, Sola Asedeko who must choose between two eager suitors: Odejimi, a brave hunter and Lapade, a wealthy man but found herself in a mess on her wedding day with Odejimi.
Dangerous Twins, 2h15
Origine Nigeria
Thèmes La famille
Acteurs Ramsey Nouah, Stella Damasus, Sola Asedeko, Sola Sobowale

The film narrates the story of identical twins, Taiye and Kenny (Ramsey Nouah). Taiye is based in Lagos with his wife, (Stella Damasus) and his three children while Kenny is based in London. The agony of a marriage without children, after several years frustrates Kenny to convince Taiye to come to London in other to impregnate his wife due to his (Kenny) low sperm-count. However, more problems result.
The White Handkerchief, 17minutes
Origine Nigeria
Acteurs Yemi Shodimu, Sola Asedeko, Khabirat Kafidipe, Idowu Philips

The film tells the story of a young village girl called Awero, played by Sola Asedeko, who lost her virginity as a result of rape before she met her childhood love, called Odejimi, whom she decides to marry. Odejimi must use a white handkerchief to evidence the virginal blood of Awero on their wedding night as required by tradition. Odejimi is disappointed when no blood is produced and this results in a war between the villagers of Awero and Odejimi.