FEATURES

Every once in a while, I end up being interviewed or being featured in a project, here are a few of them...

Scripting and Voice Over by Sheila Ojei

The identities we adopt are a choice that determines those who we blame or embrace. No football team wins by attacking itself. A greater Nigeria requires that we break out of tribal bubbles. One Naija Be Nigerian, Stay Nigerian Produced by : Ajifa Atuluku Supported by: Ford Foundation

Scripting and Voice Over by Sheila Ojei

After living together for more than a century, many Nigerians have built relationships and experiences that transcend our ethnic and religious differences. Despite this, everyday, we are still confronted with the choice between the truths we have lived and the niggling doubts of the stereotypes we've inherited. Choose truth.

Room 313 is an experimental series created by Wana Udobang about people who have experienced trauma undergoing therapy. The show tells their stories through vignettes. Episode 3 is Dooshima's Story. Dooshima is played by poet and actor Sheila Ojei.

Room 313 is a "series of vignettes" built around the idea of the "talking cure." Created by Wana Udobang, in each episode, a character is filmed exploring a painful event in their past while sitting on a therapist's couch. Debola Dian plays Kiishi

This episode was written by Sheila Ojei

Script By: Chiedu Ifeozo and Sheila Ojei

Directed By: Dayo Oyedele

Producer: Olumide Alabi

Production Manager: Philip Nwankwo

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Watch Ebuka, Lamide and Zainab talk about any and everything with a dash of wit from the comfort of their loft on the SpOt. 8:00 PM GMT, Ebonylifetv Dstv Ch. 165.

THE SAUCE

The Sauce is a magazine style bi-weekly web series produced by Suss Productions for Red TV. I am also one of the writers.

This has to be one of my favourite webisodes of the Inspire Series. My guests, Sheila Ojei, Seun Awogbade and Lydia Sobogun weren't only upfront about how judgmental they have been in the past but, I believe, we took a big step towards understanding the reasons behind 'judgmental women'.
A SPOKEN WORD POETRY PIECE BY SHEILA OJEI. I spin greatness from yarn weave your desires into garments of colours that cast you in the centre of the Universe I live for this! The music of the machines... the intercourse of needle and cloth climaxing in patterns fit for royalty.
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Uti Nwachukwu and Sheila Ojei joined the trio Bolanle, Vimbai and Tallulah as they discus 'Checklist' What are the right steps to take after a breakup? Should every woman have a checklist to consider before moving onto the next relationship after a breakup?