Choice Amajuoyi Moves On, Woos Innoson

Her name has continued to ring a bell in many homes across board not just as an actress but as a cultural ambassador of the Igbo culture, language and tradition. In fact many people now see her as having emerged as a true purveyor of all that awakens Igbo consciences.
Choice Amajuoyi
Yet, the Imo state-born graduate of mass communications is very fluent in English that she is many producers’ choice in both languages. Few years after emerging as a beauty queen [Loloigbo] at a keenly contested event designed to produce a custodian of Igbo culture and tradition, she had featured in many hit movies in English and Igbo.
She is a creative artiste that can interpret any role given to her just like she is equally a producer with a handful of successful movies to her credit.
However, Choice has never relented in the task of ensuring that the Igbo cultural heritage is uplifted, sustained and guarded jealously. Of course she had embarked on a lot of programmes to achieve that, such that people are developing more interest in Igbo hitherto neglected areas, especially the language.
She is still exploring new grounds as we have it on good authority that the rising actress and producer plans to produce a unique and detailed documentary Africa’s frontline auto industry, Innoson Motors which incidentally situates at Nnewi, Nigeria and owned by an Igboman, Chief Innocent Chukwuma.
Alongside her professional colleague and CEO of Empire Movies Jennifer Isaac, we gathered from her Enugu base, it is a burning desire they have been nursing for quite some time now to showcase the wonderful exploits the company has been making in the world of auto manufacturing.
‘’Yes, I personally don’t think enough awareness has been created about the existence and wide of products of the company churns out in this part of the world. This is where we want to come in not only to showcase the beautiful wonder on wheels that roll out daily from there, which compare and compete with international products but to equally celebrate the man behind it, job opportunities and the entire project,’’ she hinted.
All things being equal, the documentary will be out within the first quarter of next year, 2022.