Arugba

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Arugba
Directed by Tunde Kelani
Produced by Mainframe Productions
Screenplay by Ade Adeniji
Starring Bukola Awoyemi Peter Badejo Segun Adefila Kareem Adepoju Lere Paimo
Music by Wole Oni Adunni & Nefretiti Segun Adefila
Cinematography Lukman AbdulRahman
Edited by Frank Anore Hakeem Olowookere
Release dates
  • 2008 (2008)
Running time
95 minutes
Country Nigeria
Language Yoruba
Budget ₦22 million[1]

Arugba is a 2008 film.

Synopsis[edit]

Adetutu faces many responsibilities. She must juggle her role as Arugba (the virgin) in the annual community festival with her studies at the university. She must also care for an ailing and grieving friend. Other plot points include Adejare, a demanding king, Adetutu's blossoming musical career, and her growing fondness for a gifted artist named Makinwa which places a strain on Adutu's relationship with the other members of her all female musical group.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Abulude, Samuel (31 May 2014). "Pirates Have Made Movie Makers Paupers– Tunde Kelani". Leadership. Leadership Newspapers. Retrieved 29 September 2014. 

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