Wumi Toriola, a Nollywood actress, is grateful for her most recent triumph and her extraordinary success in her most recent endeavor.
Having launched a YouTube series called Ile Ariwo, Wumi Toriola rejoices as the inaugural episode of her series garners over 500 thousand views.
Taking to social media to share the news, she expresses her joy at witnessing such a significant milestone in her very own project.
She extends her gratitude to God for the project’s triumph and expresses appreciation to the dedicated cast and crew who wholeheartedly contributed to its success.
“ILE ARIWO episode1 hits 500k views
Are you still doubting
I owe this success to God Almighty
My cast/crew and most especially @iamteemony and my director, small but mighty @officialmrspirit01
Who is the coordinator.”
Wumi Toriola Writes A Letter To Young Producers
In an Instagram post, Wumi Toriola offers valuable advice to young producers, emphasizing the importance of mindful conduct and respectful collaboration within the industry.
She urges aspiring producers to approach their work professionally and fulfill their responsibilities to contribute to the success of a production, rather than adopting an arrogant attitude or expecting to be revered by their colleagues.
Drawing from her own experience, Wumi Toriola reflects on a time when she dedicated herself wholeheartedly to every task, prioritizing the success of the job above all else.
In her message, she writes, “A letter to young producers:
If anyone ever told you that all you need for a successful production is money, they deceived you. Your integrity matters even more, even if it’s solely for the sake of your production. Trust me, when you have a cast like me, you better be humble.
When I’m working, I willingly become a servant to everyone involved because, at that moment, the only thing that matters is the success of the project… You can bring money and act rudely, but that’s just playing around.”