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SHOWMAX HAS DROPPED THE TRAILER FOR ITS FIRST NIGERIAN ORIGINAL FEATURE FILM, “SCHOOL RUN” WHICH IS NOW AVAILABLE TO STREAM

School Run is a heartwarming, entertaining family drama that follows the story of Timileyin Kalejaiye and Adeola Kalejaiye, a career-obsessed couple, and their 11-year-old son, Bolu Kalejaiye. Problems arise when a seemingly simple school pick-up for extra activities during the holidays becomes a nerve-racking emotional journey for Timileyin and Adeola, who must bury selfish interests to find their son after he is picked up by the wrong bus driver.

While he’s entrusted in the care of his nanny, Agnes, an unexpected series of events unfolds, leading to Bolu’s disappearance into the trenches of Lagos, far from his sheltered life in a gated highbrow neighbourhood. As the plot unfolds, Bolu crosses paths with various individuals, each driven by their unique motivations. From the well-intentioned Uncle T to the menacing low-level thug Sly, the narrative underscores the challenges that Bolu faces and his parents’ relentless efforts to find him.

School Run is headlined by the gifted young actor Greatness Ewurum, who breathes life into Bolu’s character. Joining the line-up are Ifeanyi Kalu and Amanda Iriekpen, who play Bolu’s parents, Timileyin and Adeola Kalejaiye. Timileyin, a successful business executive, grapples with the clash between his role as a provider and his wife’s pursuit of her career. Adeola, a determined and unyielding individual, strives for excellence in her professional journey, determined to break barriers, even if it means going it alone.

Speaking on the film, Dr Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice says, “We are really excited about School Run as it is our first Showmax Nigeria Original feature film. It is a feel-good film, perfect for the holiday season and will take the viewers through an emotional roller coaster and keep them on the edge of their seats as the plot unfolds. The young lead actor as well as the other cast and crew did a remarkable job bringing this title to life and we cannot wait to have everyone watch this.”

Director of School Run, Edward Uka, also added, “School Run is undeniably one of our most heartfelt projects to date. Every character, from the bustling streets of Lagos to the Kalejaiye family, encapsulates the essence of modern-day Nigeria. With School Run, we’ve crafted a fun family story with a vibrant blend of chaos and love. This isn’t just a film; it’s a reflection of life, of struggles, and of the indomitable Nigerian spirit.”School Run is a heartwarming, entertaining family drama that follows the story of Timileyin Kalejaiye and Adeola Kalejaiye, a career-obsessed couple, and their 11-year-old son, Bolu Kalejaiye. Problems arise when a seemingly simple school pick-up for extra activities during the holidays becomes a nerve-racking emotional journey for Timileyin and Adeola, who must bury selfish interests to find their son after he is picked up by the wrong bus driver. While he’s entrusted in the care of his nanny, Agnes, an unexpected series of events unfolds, leading to Bolu’s disappearance into the trenches of Lagos, far from his sheltered life in a gated highbrow neighbourhood. As the plot unfolds, Bolu crosses paths with various individuals, each driven by their unique motivations. From the well-intentioned Uncle T to the menacing low-level thug Sly, the narrative underscores the challenges that Bolu faces and his parents’ relentless efforts to find him. School Run is headlined by the gifted young actor Greatness Ewurum, who breathes life into Bolu’s character. Joining the line-up are Ifeanyi Kalu and Amanda Iriekpen, who play Bolu’s parents, Timileyin and Adeola Kalejaiye. Timileyin, a successful business executive, grapples with the clash between his role as a provider and his wife’s pursuit of her career. Adeola, a determined and unyielding individual, strives for excellence in her professional journey, determined to break barriers, even if it means going it alone. Speaking on the film, Dr Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice says, “We are really excited about School Run as it is our first Showmax Nigeria Original feature film. It is a feel-good film, perfect for the holiday season and will take the viewers through an emotional roller coaster and keep them on the edge of their seats as the plot unfolds. The young lead actor as well as the other cast and crew did a remarkable job bringing this title to life and we cannot wait to have everyone watch this.” Director of School Run, Edward Uka, also added, “School Run is undeniably one of our most heartfelt projects to date. Every character, from the bustling streets of Lagos to the Kalejaiye family, encapsulates the essence of modern-day Nigeria. With School Run, we’ve crafted a fun family story with a vibrant blend of chaos and love. This isn’t just a film; it’s a reflection of life, of struggles, and of the indomitable Nigerian spirit.”

School Run is a heartwarming, entertaining family drama that follows the story of Timileyin Kalejaiye and Adeola Kalejaiye, a career-obsessed couple, and their 11-year-old son, Bolu Kalejaiye. Problems arise when a seemingly simple school pick-up for extra activities during the holidays becomes a nerve-racking emotional journey for Timileyin and Adeola, who must bury selfish interests to find their son after he is picked up by the wrong bus driver.

While he’s entrusted in the care of his nanny, Agnes, an unexpected series of events unfolds, leading to Bolu’s disappearance into the trenches of Lagos, far from his sheltered life in a gated highbrow neighbourhood. As the plot unfolds, Bolu crosses paths with various individuals, each driven by their unique motivations. From the well-intentioned Uncle T to the menacing low-level thug Sly, the narrative underscores the challenges that Bolu faces and his parents’ relentless efforts to find him.

School Run is headlined by the gifted young actor Greatness Ewurum, who breathes life into Bolu’s character. Joining the line-up are Ifeanyi Kalu and Amanda Iriekpen, who play Bolu’s parents, Timileyin and Adeola Kalejaiye. Timileyin, a successful business executive, grapples with the clash between his role as a provider and his wife’s pursuit of her career. Adeola, a determined and unyielding individual, strives for excellence in her professional journey, determined to break barriers, even if it means going it alone.

Speaking on the film, Dr Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice says, “We are really excited about School Run as it is our first Showmax Nigeria Original feature film. It is a feel-good film, perfect for the holiday season and will take the viewers through an emotional roller coaster and keep them on the edge of their seats as the plot unfolds. The young lead actor as well as the other cast and crew did a remarkable job bringing this title to life and we cannot wait to have everyone watch this.”

Director of School Run, Edward Uka, also added, “School Run is undeniably one of our most heartfelt projects to date. Every character, from the bustling streets of Lagos to the Kalejaiye family, encapsulates the essence of modern-day Nigeria. With School Run, we’ve crafted a fun family story with a vibrant blend of chaos and love. This isn’t just a film; it’s a reflection of life, of struggles, and of the indomitable Nigerian spirit.”School Run is a heartwarming, entertaining family drama that follows the story of Timileyin Kalejaiye and Adeola Kalejaiye, a career-obsessed couple, and their 11-year-old son, Bolu Kalejaiye. Problems arise when a seemingly simple school pick-up for extra activities during the holidays becomes a nerve-racking emotional journey for Timileyin and Adeola, who must bury selfish interests to find their son after he is picked up by the wrong bus driver. While he’s entrusted in the care of his nanny, Agnes, an unexpected series of events unfolds, leading to Bolu’s disappearance into the trenches of Lagos, far from his sheltered life in a gated highbrow neighbourhood. As the plot unfolds, Bolu crosses paths with various individuals, each driven by their unique motivations. From the well-intentioned Uncle T to the menacing low-level thug Sly, the narrative underscores the challenges that Bolu faces and his parents’ relentless efforts to find him. School Run is headlined by the gifted young actor Greatness Ewurum, who breathes life into Bolu’s character. Joining the line-up are Ifeanyi Kalu and Amanda Iriekpen, who play Bolu’s parents, Timileyin and Adeola Kalejaiye. Timileyin, a successful business executive, grapples with the clash between his role as a provider and his wife’s pursuit of her career. Adeola, a determined and unyielding individual, strives for excellence in her professional journey, determined to break barriers, even if it means going it alone. Speaking on the film, Dr Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice says, “We are really excited about School Run as it is our first Showmax Nigeria Original feature film. It is a feel-good film, perfect for the holiday season and will take the viewers through an emotional roller coaster and keep them on the edge of their seats as the plot unfolds. The young lead actor as well as the other cast and crew did a remarkable job bringing this title to life and we cannot wait to have everyone watch this.” Director of School Run, Edward Uka, also added, “School Run is undeniably one of our most heartfelt projects to date. Every character, from the bustling streets of Lagos to the Kalejaiye family, encapsulates the essence of modern-day Nigeria. With School Run, we’ve crafted a fun family story with a vibrant blend of chaos and love. This isn’t just a film; it’s a reflection of life, of struggles, and of the indomitable Nigerian spirit.”

School Run is a heartwarming, entertaining family drama that follows the story of Timileyin Kalejaiye and Adeola Kalejaiye, a career-obsessed couple, and their 11-year-old son, Bolu Kalejaiye. Problems arise when a seemingly simple school pick-up for extra activities during the holidays becomes a nerve-racking emotional journey for Timileyin and Adeola, who must bury selfish interests to find their son after he is picked up by the wrong bus driver.

While he’s entrusted in the care of his nanny, Agnes, an unexpected series of events unfolds, leading to Bolu’s disappearance into the trenches of Lagos, far from his sheltered life in a gated highbrow neighbourhood. As the plot unfolds, Bolu crosses paths with various individuals, each driven by their unique motivations. From the well-intentioned Uncle T to the menacing low-level thug Sly, the narrative underscores the challenges that Bolu faces and his parents’ relentless efforts to find him.

School Run is headlined by the gifted young actor Greatness Ewurum, who breathes life into Bolu’s character. Joining the line-up are Ifeanyi Kalu and Amanda Iriekpen, who play Bolu’s parents, Timileyin and Adeola Kalejaiye. Timileyin, a successful business executive, grapples with the clash between his role as a provider and his wife’s pursuit of her career. Adeola, a determined and unyielding individual, strives for excellence in her professional journey, determined to break barriers, even if it means going it alone.

Speaking on the film, Dr Busola Tejumola, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice says, “We are really excited about School Run as it is our first Showmax Nigeria Original feature film. It is a feel-good film, perfect for the holiday season and will take the viewers through an emotional roller coaster and keep them on the edge of their seats as the plot unfolds. The young lead actor as well as the other cast and crew did a remarkable job bringing this title to life and we cannot wait to have everyone watch this.”

Director of School Run, Edward Uka, also added, “School Run is undeniably one of our most heartfelt projects to date. Every character, from the bustling streets of Lagos to the Kalejaiye family, encapsulates the essence of modern-day Nigeria. With School Run, we’ve crafted a fun family story with a vibrant blend of chaos and love. This isn’t just a film; it’s a reflection of life, of struggles, and of the indomitable Nigerian spirit.”

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