‘My Experience With Other Casts, Director on Set of Melita Movie,’ British Woman Narrates


By Oluwafemi Dosu

A British Woman, Rebecca Aladero who played the role of Dorcas in Melita Movie has narrated her experience with other Casts and crew while shooting the movie in Nigeria.

In an exclusive interview session with Gospel Film News, Aladero disclosed that the director is good and great, saying her experience with other casts and the director has been amazing, she really enjoyed herself and everyone’s really lovely and encouraging. She added that It was funny because in England while shooting their first scene, she was surrounded by professional actors and she had to pray for God to help her in the movie because of her lack of acting, because she has not done acting for a very long time.

Speaking on the rubber slippers given her as props, she stated that she’s very patience, trying to walk round in size 4 sandals but uses size 6. “I feel great about wearing my own sandals because they’re firm and not cutting my feet. These sandals given to me to wear are small than my usual size. However, they definitely stay on my feet when I wear them,” she stressed.

The British Woman who married a Nigerian Narrates that ‘Dorcas’ (her character name) is a very rich young woman, basically trained to be a doctor, she’s unmarried, young and she feels the call of God to come to Nigeria specifically, to preach the gospel and be a doctor here. Unfortunately, her parents disown her and she has to count the cost and leaves her wealth, inheritance behind and come to Nigeria with people who used to be her servants but now missionaries with her.

Aladero, while sharing her experience coming to Nigeria for the first time, told Gospel Film News that her stay in Nigeria has been an incredible one, atimes it’s boiling, atimes it rained, even when it’s raining she’s still fanning herself. She reiterated that: “I feel like I’m going to pass out because I can’t handle the heat. In England it is freezing right now, it’s November and it’s raining, cold and I somehow wish the weather was half way between England and Nigeria.”


“I want you to hold on to your sucks and get excited for this movie; it’s going to be amazing, I really pray that it touches you. I hope you look forward to Melita: O ma loud gan,” she concluded.

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