Charity, they say begins at home. A man who is not well trained at home will be well taught outside. All thses African proverb best describes the situation the Nollywood bad boy, Jim Iyke got inside the last time.
John kiriamiti, a Kenyan author, whose book is been adapted for a film where Jim Iyke would be playing the lead role has advised the actor ‘to stop talking like an American’ and ‘learn how to walk like me [John Kiriamiti] to be able to play the role well’.
Adding further, John said, ‘Whoever has read the book has told me they read it thrice or four times and as you know in the book I [John Kiriamiti] wasn’t acting I was doing it for real. I hope that translates also in the movie’.
Jim, has been casted for the lead role Jack Zolo in a new Kenyan crime thriller entitled My Life In Crime.
The movie, is an adaptation of three novels written by John Kiriamiti based on his ‘his life as a real gangster’ , according to sources.
The three books are My Life In Crime, My Life With A Criminal ad My Life In Prison.
Jim will be joined by top Kenyan acts that include Ainea Ojiambo, Janet Kirina, Abubakar Mwenda, MelVIN Alusa, Jeff Koianage, Lenana Kariba and Eddy Kimani.
SOURCE: HOT NAIJA GOSSIP
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