Nigerian nollywood actress Gloria Anozie Young who became popular after starring in ‘Glamour Girls’ will be back on the screens after a long time out.

The veteran actress will be making her come back in a play which is the continuation of ‘August Meeting’; she will be playing a lead role as Nwanyeruwa in the play come March 2nd and 3rd.

The august meeting was an anticipated movie among the women folks as it was a hit when it first came into the industry.

Nwanyeruwa, the character played by Gloria was a widow who mobilized women to confront the white colonial masters in what later became known as the Aba women’s riot of 1929.

The play will be aired on March 2nd and 3rd at Agip Hall, MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos.

Gloria who spoke about the movie said the movie is like a continuation of the aba women’s riot that saw the aba women come together to fight the whites who had come to conduct census but they thought it was tax collection.

The Aba Women’s Riot is what transformed to the popular “August Meeting”.

Speaking about the importance of the play, she said;

“Every single thing that affects women is encompassed in it. It is talked about, and sorted out. And almost every play, seminar brings this up. They’ve even started talking about cervical cancer, breast cancer, all of that. I don’t think Nigeria is behind at all when that (women issues) is concerned because we have a lot of educated women, well-informed women in this country. They are not keeping quiet and they are talking.”

Gloria Anozie Young is a Nollywood actress who first made her appearance in Charly Boy Show but shot to limelight after her performance in Glamour girls. Gloria Young who has been married to Nobert young for over a decade celebrated her 50th birthday and her 25th year anniversary of being in the industry.