July 15, 2014 – At least 32 films were pushed into the market by the Yoruba Video Film Producers/Marketers Association of Nigeria (YOVIFPMAN) with effect from Monday July 7th, 2014.
They include Kokoro by Chapter 4 Productions, Olowo Gbowo by A-M Film Concept, Kosofe by Ajobi Video Mart, Posi by Adesqueen International Ventures, Eri Okan, by Emma Films , Eegun Sanyeri by Soas Films, Eto by Imperial Video Link, Ajobi by T-J Olaoluwa, Olamipo by Ten Ten Pictures, Ipile Wura by Ace Production and Omije Obinrin by Jummy Ultimate.
Still on the list are Ipinnu by Emmilius-Babs Films, Mose Orire by Super A Films, Ore Idunnu by Hamdaallah Golden Concept, Emi Meji by Ajeje Film, Oro by Active Entertainment, Asepamo by Widest Resources, Eni Okunkun by Albabson, Irawo Meji by Uncle Sam Films, Olabisi Fakoyo by Yomson Films, Derayo by Afrinet Films Production, Tasere by Ya-Alawajud International, Owu Okan by Grant Movies, Adeda by U-Bee Olaide Ventures, Baba Pullover by by Al-Kaharu Films, Aransi Ola by Liberty Films and Ijakumo by Asiri Video.
The rest are concluding part of films already in the market. They are Waje by Jet Video Films, Olarotimi by Alloy Production, Dodo by Mustoy Films, Awon by Asore Heritage and Jewo Ese by Endurance Multimedia.