By Olaitan Ganiu
Film producer Kalejaiye Adeboye Paul turns 60 today, May 20, but he will not release the drums in celebration of the milestone.
The film's producer is popular for the 2012 success directed by Tunde Olaoye, Married but living as a single.
According to Kalejaiye, there will be no celebrations to celebrate the landmark era as a result of the social detachment guidelines adopted to contain the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.
However, National Film Institute student Jos will be making his 148-page autobiography available to the general public.
Kalejaiye added that while there is no congregation anywhere for the launch, the launch of the book itself, party, headline prize and the opening of his country house will take place long after the pandemic.
A former professor at the Faculty of Education Adeniran Ogunsanya, Ijanikin, Lagos, has, for the past 12 years, served in various capacities in the Lagos state government.
He was Special Advisor (SA) to the Governor of Rural Development, Chairman of the Mobilization Action Committee of Nigeria for the election of Governor Babatunde Raji Fashola and Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Campaign Organization Akinwunmi Ambode, and Member of the State Board of Directors Lagos University, among others.