Akon and Jeta Amata have invited Rahama Sadau to visit their film set in Los Angeles, California, where they are working on a project.
The duo has invited the actress to visit their film set in Los Angeles, California, where they are working on a project which will take them to Senegal, South Africa and Nigeria in December.
Akon, whose real name is Aliaume Damala Badara Akon Thiam, is an American singer, song writer, record producer now turned actor, who rose to stardom in 2004 with his first single “Locked up” from his debut album “Trouble”.
He has played many leading film roles in Hollywood including the 2012 Nigerian-American film, “Black November”, directed by Jeta Amata and starring Vivica A Fox, Kim Basinger, Wyclef Jean, Anne Heche, Zack Amata, Hakeem-Kae-Kazim, Mbong Amata, Fred Amata and Mickey Rourke.
Jeta Amata is an award winning Nigerian film maker, based in Los Angeles, California. He comes from a family of successful film makers and has worked with countless A-list actors. He has worked tirelessly to create a fusion between American and African cinema.
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Rahama who is yet to confirm whether she will be accepting the invitation, took to Twitter to share the good news.
Sadau was recently expelled from Kannywood by the Motion Pictures Practitioners Association of Nigeria for featuring in a romantic music video by Jos born singer, ClassiQ.