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Director: @Simon_peacemaker



Onyimba Simon Peacemaker is a nollywood producer/director who hails from Anambra State.  He has a B.Sc. in microbiology and is a dedicated and professional filmaker who gained so much recognition with his movie Secret Room that received five nominations at AMVCA 2015. He is a nominee for the prestigious Nollywood Entertainment and Leadership Award, UK (2018).

Peacemaker has over thirty movies to his credit.

Director: @Simon_peacemaker  




Belinda Effah is a Nollywood Actress from Cross River State. She studied Genetics and Biotechnology. Her journey into acting started in 2006 when she was featured in a TV series called “Shallow Waters”. Subsequently, she took part in “Next Movie star”, a reality TV Show. The following period of two years saw her been featured in a few TV soap operas like “Young Single and Free”, “Fantastic Fanatics”, “Hills and Valleys,” etc. In spite of this, her passion had always been in a Feature length movie. An MNET Short Story "The Room" where

she played the supporting role Nkoyo, brought her close to that. But as things would be, for another two good years, she had to take on other jobs for economic reasons.

However, in 2011, tables turned around for her and she got a lead role playing Simi in a leading TV Series, Tales of Eve. Then came her debut feature length movie “Havillah,” where she played the lead role, Havillah. The Royal Arts Academy Audition in 2011 for the movie Udeme Mmi, saw her clinching the lead role, a dream come true for the young budding talent. Belinda subsequently featured in two other Royal Arts Academy Productions, “Kokomma” and “Mrs. Somebody”, which brought her to limelight. With strong desire for excellence in the movie industry, she enrolled in the noble Royal Arts Academy to fine-tune her skills as an actor.

To know more about Belinda Effah visit her website www.belindaeffahofficial.com

The following are among the movies she has done:


1.​The Room



4.​Mama Africa

5.​Tales of Eve

6.​Jafaar's House​​


8.​Mrs Somebody​​

9.​Caged Heart

10.​Alan Poza​


12.​Jump and Pass​​

13.​Lonely Heart​​


15.​The Hunters​​

16.​After the Proposal​​

17.​Cat and Mouse​​

18.​Princess Ekanem​​

19.​Bigger Ladies​​

20.​Azonto Babes​​

21.​Lost Pride​

22.​Ojuju Calabar​​


24.​Keeping Secrets​​

25.​Luke of Lies​​



28.​So in love​​

29.​Being Single​​

30.​Heroes & Villains​​

31.Black Val​

32. Out of the Ghetto





Hilda Dokubo (also known as Hilda Dokubo Mrakpor) is a Nigerian film actress and youth advocate who once served as special adviser on youth affairs to Peter Odili, a former governor of Rivers State.

She was born as the first of six children in Buguma, a town in Asari-Toru, Rivers State where she went on to complete her primary and secondary school education at St Mary State School Aggrey Road and Government Girls Secondary School respectively.[3] She is an alumna of the University of Port Harcourt where she earned her Bachelor and master's degrees in Theatre Arts.

Dokubo made her screen debut during her youth service in a 1992 film titled Evil Passion. She has since been featured and has produced several Nigerian films. Upon starring in a supporting role in a 2015 film titled Stigma, Dokubo won Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards.

She has starred in various movies few of which are:

Without Love Forever (1995)


Evil Passion

Hour of Grace

Error of the Past (2000)

Sweet Mother (2000)

Black Maria (1997)

End of the Wicked (1999)

Onye-Eze (2001)

My Good Will (2001)

Light & Darkness (2001)

A Barber's Wisdom (2001)

My Love (2002)

Above Death: In God We Trust (2003)

World Apart (2004)

With God (2004)

Unfaithful (2004)

Chameleon (2004)

21 Days With Christ (2005)

Gone Forever (2006)

Stigma (2013)

The CEO (2016)

About Us




Born on October 24, 1965 in Lagos to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Neji, Sunny, the youngest of five kids (three boys, two girls) had his primary education between 1972 and 1978 in Ogoja, Cross River State, his home town.

Sunny Neji is an Artist and CEO of Impakt Records

 He completed his secondary education at Government, College, Ikorodu, Lagos in 1984 and proceeded to Yaba college of Technology where he obtained a Diploma in fashion design.

As a boy, he participated in cultural performances and steadily developed the talent through the course of his formal education. By 1987, he took his game one step further and ventured into recording; earning a reputation in the jungle production scene in no time. 1991 brought the release of his debut album, Captain on EMI.

The debut was slept on but the artiste was undaunted. He joined Colours Band with which he performed as lead singer for five years and inched his way further into the mainstream.

 He made a grand return to the recording circuit in ’97 with the release of his sophomore set, Mr. Fantastik on GM Intercontinental Records and firmly established himself a bona fide star whose fame stretched from Maiduguri to Bakassi. The album sold hugely and won numerous awards for the artiste who came to be recognized as one of Nigeria’s top all-round artistes.

His third offering, Roforofo dropped in October 2000 on the same label, GM Intercontinental and easily picked up from where Mr. Fantastik left off. It consolidated Sunny’s position as contemporary highlife’s premiere protagonist and further showcased an already glaring steak of versatility.

In 2002, Sunny Neji lent a hand and voice to Now Muzik’s Touch of Genius:

Tribute Album to the Legendary Sir, Victor Uwaifo project and scored again with his re-interpretation of the classic Joromi.

After narrowly escaping the January 27, 2002 Ikeja bomb blast disaster, Sunny Neji raised his golden voice in a piercing call for support for victims with the single, Victim of Circumstance and the massive benefit concert at the Lagos Television grounds to mark the first anniversary of the event. The project opened a new chapter in the artiste’s career. It marked his involvement with O’Jez Music, the company that came all out to support the Victim of Circumstance Project. The socially sensitive artiste also recorded the single, Wake Up! in 2003 to challenge Nigerians to vote right in the general elections.

These special projects set the tune for his forth full length album, Unchained, recorded in Ghana, released on O’Jez Music, Oruka and Face Me, the pre-release singles needed only a few days to completely dominate the airwaves and assure everyone that another monster hit has dropped.

One thing is certain though. Sunny Neji is totally committed to his art and intends to keep upping the ante in every regards until he completely runs out of gas.

He has starred as a lead actor in various movies including Proof of life & After the I do's