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“You will not watch my movie because someone begged you” – Ruth Kadiri brags as she vows to change Nigerian cinema pattern

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Nollywood actress and filmmaker Ruth Kadiri has vowed to change the Nigerian cinema pattern with her movies when the right time comes.

The versatile actress made this claim on her Instagram page, where she noted that her brain functions in a different pattern.

Kadiri spoke about how she often asked herself what would become of her brand without the promotional help from anyone. She claimed she doesn’t rely on anyone to help her because she is on a mission to change the pattern in Nigerian cinema.

She vowed that many would watch her movie without being forced or compelled to do so but because it would be worth the watch and their trust in her.

Ruth Kadiri also noted that she is building a brand that will last a long time and does not need constant begging. The excellent producer bragged she was not in a hurry because she was building a solid structure.

She wrote, “The way my brain functions!!!!
I ask myself what would become of my BRAND if I had no promotional help from someone!!!

Truthfully I don’t bank on anyone so when you choose not to offer help I’m really not bothered.

I’ll change the pattern in Nigerian cinema, I promise you all!

You’ll Watch my movie not because someone begged you to watch it! But because you Trust ME!

I’M Here to build a brand of longevity that definitely doesn’t require constant begging!

I Ruth kadiri isn’t in a hurry don’t worry about that! Building a solid structure is all I’m about! So when you see that opening credit that has my eye on it! You know your money/data is never gonna be wasted!!!!”

Recall that Funke Akindele set a record for the Nigerian film industry as the first Nollywood film to enter a billion naira even in a short period.

Funke Akindele made over one billion naira at the box office, becoming the first Nigerian artiste to achieve such a feat.

Her movies, A Tribe Called Judah, Battle On Buka Street, and Omo Ghetto The Saga, are the highest-grossing Nollywood films of all time.

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