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Nigeria Newspapers: 9.3 Things you should do after seeing 93 days movie

As the movie based on the true heroics of Nigerians who stood against Ebola hits a cinema near you today (Friday 16th, 2016). And having seen the piece of art myself, I feel obliged to guide you through things you should do after the end credit rolls.
1. Wipe your tears (cry, cry baby). You don’t want your neighbors seeing those tears. While you wipe those tears, go to your social media and show forth thy proud ego. Yeah, tell the world to go see how the nation they once termed good-for-nothing looked Ebola in the eye and said STOP! Read more

Naija Hub: 93 Days NOW IN CINEMAS

93 Days is an upcoming 2016 Nigerian docudrama film directed and co-produced by Steve Gukas. It stars Bimbo Akintola, Danny Glover and Bimbo Manuel with joint-production through Native FilmWorks, Michel Angelo Production and Bolanle Austen-Peters Production. Read more

TVC: 93 Days Movie on Ebola Continues Global Screening

Nigerians have continued to applaud the Nollywood flick ’93 Days’, a true life story about the virus Ebola, that spread like wildfire across some African nations.

The movie revealed efforts put together by both the federal and state government. Read more


From private screening at The U.S Department of Health and Human Services (HHA) to a sold out World Screening at The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), 93 Days has received remarkable commendations as an epitome of an outstanding masterpiece. Directed by Steve Gukas, the movie once again recorded another milestone after a successful screening at The Rock Cathedral Lekki, Lagos on Tuesday. Starring Danny Glover, Bimbo Akintola, Keppy Ekpenyong, Somkele Iyamah Idhalama, Tim Reid, Alastair Mackenzie, Gideon Okeke and more, the film tells the true story of how Nigeria was able to eradicate the Ebola Virus when it broke in 2014. Read more

News Break: House On The Rock To Premiere ’93 Days’ Movie

The House on the Rock Church, Natives FilmWorks, Michelangelo Productions and the Bolanle Austen-Peters Production are collaborating to premiere in Nigeria a new Film titled ‘93 Days’.

The film will be premiered in Lagos on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, at The Rock Cathedral, 4th Roundabout, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Lagos. Read more

Linda Ikeji: Who has seen 93 Days movie?

This is a sponsored post but this part is me saying what I feel about the movie. 93 Days is the only Nigerian movie I have ever paid to go watch in Nigerian cinema and what a movie. Amazing cinematography, storytelling and acting. It’s based on the story of the people who saved the lives of many Nigerians by containing Ebola that came to their hospital – First Consultant Medical Hospital and the hero, Dr Ameyo Adadevohwho made sure the Ebola Carrier, Liberian Patrick Sawyer didn’t leave the hospital and spread the disease. Amazing movie.

The Guardian: 93 Days Story of Ebola in Nigeria

“Twenty-one million people call this city home,” says a female voiced intro as ’93 Days’ opens, signposting the devastation that could have been wreaked by Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in Lagos, the bustling heart of Africa’s most populous country.

The movie – produced by Bolanle Austen-Peters, Dotun Olakunri, Pemon Rami and director Steve Gukas – is the first cinematic treatment of the catastrophe averted. Read more

Official Press Release By 93days Producers – Refuting Dr Ama Adadevoh’s Claims

We hereby categorically and strongly deny all the allegations contained in the recent press statement released by one Dr Anna Adadevoh, who claims to be acting on behalf of the Cardoso and Adadevoh families. The said allegations are not only untrue they are malicious and scurrilous and a calculated attempt to sabotage our feature film, “93Days”.

93 Days is not the biopic of anyone individual and has never claimed to be the story of Doctor Stella Adadevoh. Whilst that in itself is a strong story, we found it more compelling to tell a story that celebrates many of the heroes of the fight against Ebola.

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Refuting Dr Ama Adadevoh's Claims

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PUNCH- Adadevoh family can’t stop Ebola film —Producers

Producers of 93 Days, a film about Nigeria’s battle against Ebola, have said that the family of the late Dr. Stella Adadevoh lacks the power to stop the movie.

Reacting to a letter in which the Adadevoh and Cardoso families of the doctor dissociated themselves from the production, and threatened to take a legal action should the producers continue with the film, they noted that it was not about the late doctor.

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NAIJ- 93 Days Movie Is Not The Biopic Of Dr Adadevoh- Producers

Producers of the 93 Days, a movie detailing the sad experience of the deadly Ebola virus in Nigeria, has dismissed allegations by family of Doctor Stella Adadevoh that the movie is a biopic of the late national hero who died while treating an Ebola victim.


Late Doctor Stella Adadevoh

Responding to the allegation, the movie producers said the allegations are not only untrue but a calculated attempt to sabotage our feature film, “93Days”.

“93 Days is not the biopic of anyone individual and has never claimed to be the story of Doctor Stella Adadevoh,” the statement said.

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