That the fear of the terrorist group, Boko Haram, is tearing away at societies in the country is no news.
However, popular filmmaker, Tunde Kelani, is ensuring that the dastardly acts could be curtailed by citizens.
To this end, a new skit, E Fura (Beware), was released on his website, www.tundekelani.tv.
Kelani calls it a public service announcement on the Boko Haram terrorism.
“It is a security alert for all and sundry to be vigilant in the wake of Boko Haram attacks on the Nigerian society and its neighbouring countries,” said the filmmaker.
The website is a platform to watch Nollywood movies in English and Yoruba.
The 9:26 minutes flick encourages communal living despite practicing different religions.
The skit also shows a group of artistes dancing and singing, using different worship modes.
The film advocates that practitioners of African Tradition Religion, Christianity and Islam had co-existed peacefully before the advent of the Boko Haram crisis and should continue to do.
Boko Haram, since 2009, has launched a reign of terror in the North East, killing over 10,000 people and creating more than three million Internally Displaced Persons.