Filmmaker Aminu Mukhtar wanted over ‘immoral movie’

Aminu Umar Mukhtar, a Kannywood movie director, has been wished by the Kano State Censorship Fee for ‘Makaranta’, his newest movie.

This was introduced by the manager director of the board, Na Abba Afakallah, in an interview with BBC Pidgin on Thursday.

Afakallah stated the filmmaker was wished after he did not honor the board’s invitation on the movie.

Based on him, Aminu had promised in December to come back on New 12 months’s Day, however he has not but accomplished so.

He added that the board’s opposition to the movie was resulting from its “immoral” content material and the truth that the challenge didn’t obtain approval from the physique.

“The reality is that the entire means of that movie was not supported by the board. Even the promotional video at the moment circulating ought to have been vetted by us. That means we are able to say take away this half or that, however the filmmaker did neither,” he stated.

“Since he has not answered our invitation, we’re taking the following step as a result of our governance is about preserving Kano’s faith and tradition and we won’t enable anybody to destroy that for us.”

Within the teaser of the movie, college students will be seen in a faculty atmosphere. One of many scenes exhibits one scholar telling the opposite about ‘Jimai’, which suggests intercourse in Hausa.

In one other scene, one other scholar is seen saying that she is pregnant by her colleague and promising to assist her cope with the state of affairs.

The ultimate scene within the trailer exhibits the scholars in a typical social gathering setting, with female and male colleagues dancing collectively.

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