Funke Akindele, a frontline Nigerian actress and filmmaker, on Tuesday unveiled a new company called ‘The Funke Akindele Network (FAAN)’.

This comes about 15 months after the dissolution of her previous company, Sceneone Productions Limited, which she co-owned with her ex-husband, Abdulrasheed Bello, otherwise known as JJC Skillz.

The dissolved company was registered in the UK on August 16, 2016, three months after they got married in London in May 2016.

After their divorce was announced in June 2022, Akindele and JJC Skillz initiated the dissolution of Sceneone Productions Limited which was officially dissolved on August 16, 2022.

Announcing her new company, Akindele took to her official X page to introduce her latest venture ‘The Funke Akindele Network’ (FAAN) to potential clients.

Akindele also expresses her gratitude for the support she has received throughout her journey.

The actress wrote, “I’m thrilled to officially introduce The Funke Akindele Network (FAAN), my newest love and the powerhouse behind “Battle on Bukka Street” and our upcoming project, “A Tribe Called Judah.” FAAN represents a 360-degree approach to filmmaking and production, as well as providing PR solutions for films.

“I’m forever grateful for the unwavering love and support I’ve received at every twist and turn of this journey. FAAN stands today as a testament to the collective strength of all of you who have stood with me, championing my vision not just to tell our stories but to own and empower our narrative truly.

“Our second project, ‘A tribe Called Judah’ will be hitting the cinemas on the 15th of December, and I cannot wait for you to see all of the magic we have made.”