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The Unforgettable: O Le Ku

O Le Ku is a 1997 Nigerian romantic drama film produced and directed by Tunde Kelani. It is an adaptation of Prof. Akinwunmi Ishola’s novel of the same name. It was released in 1997 by Mainframe Film and Television Productions. It was made in two parts.


O Le Ku tells the story of Ajani, an undergraduate of the University of Ibadan who is in his final year. He is under pressure from his mother to find a partner and he unwittingly finds himself in a love quadrangle. He dates three women simultaneously; Asake, a secondary school teacher is his long-term girlfriend. He meets Lola a fresher who is tall, slim and pretty. The situation gets complicated when he meets a childhood acquaintance who eventually takes centre stage of the love drama. Asake’s father badgers her to sever her relationship with Ajani but she however falls pregnant and Lola finds out and Ajani has to choose a wife under duress from his mother.

Directed byTunde Kelani
Story byAkinwunmi Ishola
Based onO Le Ku (novel)
Produced byTunde Kelani
StarringYemi Shodimu
Mainframe Films and Television Productions
Release date1997
Running time204 minutes

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Oba Adio is an Afrocentric film aficionado. A Pan-African at heart. And an advocate for proper representation of African Spirituality and values in Arts

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