August 19, 2014 – Not less than 39 films were pushed into the market by the Yoruba Video Film Producers and Marketers Association of Nigeria (YOVIFPMAN) with effect from Monday August 18, 2014.
They include Wendy by Samaco, Ife Meji by Zentury Pictures, Salamotu by Naj Investment, Gbade by Vision Films, Aworan Ife by Real Vision, Esan Kigbe by Ola-Oye, Eleha by Divine International, Ede by Gemini, Aforifoji by Orisun films, Kopa Jide by Muzeenat, Iyanda Igbonna by Legend Pictures and Afefe Tife by Latmus Films.
Others are Semilore by Kattoye, Alayaki by Prime Pictures, Omo Face Easy Way Pictures, Fuja by Iyabode Mama, Iku Orogun by Time Pictures, Opo by Lawlah His Grace, Bintu by Saint Anthony, Ejomiko by Albarka, Eniyan Losa by Nicely Film, Bisola Yowon by Couple Production and Aye Ajoke by Prudent Films.
Still in the list are Oga Ni Muda by Timolack, Ajogunba by Tenifab, Fopomoyo by Tajim, Iku Owo by Honey Drop Pictures, Omo Baba Olowo by Dabid Dynamic, Oko Mi by Rashola, Opin Ife by De-Sound Image, Idariji Ese by High Level Plus, Omotoja by Solo Sam, Irew Amiri by De-Excel and Eru Ajala by Ajijola Films.
The rest are concluding part of films already in the market. They include Igbo Iberu by Naskobiz, Eegun Jenmi by Glamour Films, Alakada by Yolas, Ijoba Campus by Sunsweete Films and Aroba by Aseyi Real.