Theater Nurse/Actress Roseline Sanni-Ajose recently went to Abuja Nigeria for charity work with Spem Quai Filli Foundation, hosted by Dr Temi Gold. While there, she received an ‘African Icon Award’ as Best Diaspora Actress for her latest movie ‘IN A STRANGE LAND’.
RSA as popularly known was also made ambassador for the charity organization which gives back to Nigerian children that are born with a heart condition. The London based Theater Nurse and actress and a group of London surgeons and traveled to Abuja to perform an open heart surgery on children with heart conditions, (Pictures below).
IN A STRANGE LAND her latest movie is a true life story on Modern-day Slaver/ Human Trafficking. The movie raises awareness and the consequences of being a perpetrator.
‘IN A STRANGE LAND’ was premiered in London on the 9TH June 2017.
A special screening took place on the 16th, 17th and 18th of November in Enfield Cinema at the Dugdale Centre Enfield Town.
The well-received movie by UK audience will be coming soon to African Cinemas and TV station in the nearest future. ‘IN A STRANGE LAND’ is a movie you can’t afford to miss!