Once again, prolific Nigerian TV producer,Abiodun Jimoh,has proven that winning the award for his production Binta Ofege at the 2016 Africa Magic viewer's choice award was no fluke as he alongside his protege, Jumoke Odetola took other producers to the cleaners to clinch the award for the best indigenous Yoruba movie/series production 2017.
This time around, the award was gotten from the production of 'somewhere in the dark' which Guguru FM has described as way out this world for a production in the yoruba language. Just before the release of the movie, Abiodun Jimoh had described it as something that will make all their previous efforts look like child's play. And indeed, the confirmation of this assertion is in the watching.
Somewhere in the dark is presented in both Yoruba and English languages. Furthermore, he described it as a thriller with a storyline like never seen before. It features Gabriel Afolayan, Jumoke Odetola, Omowunmi Dada, Uzor Osimkpa, Jumoke George among other talents. The intriguing thriller is set in the heart of Abeokuta, Ogun state capital, Lufodo and Baale villages which are in Odeda local government area in Ogun State.
Jide Meshinoye (Gabriel Afolayan)'s missing the day he was supposed to be buried. Karina (Jumoke Odetola, Jide's wife) is also not found. It is apparent that Karina has stolen the corpse of her husband, for a reason unknown. The Meshinoye's family is unsettled, the police are restless and the devil is about to be awakened from the deepest part of hell.