Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G) opened in Cinemas across Nigeria on August 4 to excellent reviews. It has been described as “the most anticipated movie of 2017”. To celebrate, Kilimanjaro Restaurant has listed a “B.I.G Ghost Meal” on the menu in all its outlets across Nigeria.
The “B.I.G Ghost meal” offering was unveiled at a press conference at the Kilimanjaro Restaurant on Aba Road, Rumuibekwe Junction. Lead cast of the movie, ‘Chigul’ Chioma Omeruah, was present to unveil this meal to excited customers, members of the press and delighted fans who were ecstatic to see the star.
Speaking about the ‘Ghost Meal’, Mr. Ebele Enunwa, MD/CEO Sundry Foods (Kilimanjaro Restaurants) said, “We are excited about this partnership with Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G). It is an interesting movie and a hugely satisfying cinematic experience, which is exactly what we want our customers to feel with this offer, to enjoy the deliciousness of a tasty meal at an affordable price.”
From August 11 to August 25 2017, customers will be able to enjoy the delicious ‘Ghost Meal’ of Rice and Chicken for only N600. To enjoy this offer, customers need to come with their ticket stub from seeing Banana Island Ghost (B.IG) in the cinemas.
“Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G) has opened to rave reviews across the country, providing movie lovers across Nigeria with an exciting show from start to finish. By partnering with Kilimanjaro Restaurants who have distinguished themselves as one of the fastest growing restaurant brands in the country, Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G) is able to extend its awesome experience to include a deliciously satisfying meal at an affordable price,” said Biola Alabi, Executive Producer of Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G).
Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G) is an action-comedy film starring the multi-talented ‘Chigul’ Chioma Omeruah (Ijeoma), who is paired with Patrick Diabuah (Ghost). He has 3 days to fall in love and she will do anything to save her father’s house in Banana Island from the bank coming to reclaim it in 3 days.