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Based On The 2008 Short Film “The Suspicious Guy,” Tosin Igho Releases A Full Film.

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A feature film named “Suspicion” by Tosin Igho (Seven, Nneka The Pretty Serpent) has been released.

According to Igho, the feature film will follow the genesis tale of its protagonist character and will be based on his 2008 critically praised short film “The Suspicious Guy.”

Igho revealed the cast and crew of “Suspicion” in a short clip. The director had great expectations for the new picture, which has been in the works ever since his IGH FILMS and Musaki Productions unveiled a trailer in 2012.

“This is a Tosin Igho film through and through. You are going to see how I want to tell stories, the way I like to tell stories and I’m just happy that this world, now allows me to be able to do this now,” Igho shared.

Along with performers Omowunmi Dada, Stan Nze, Kalu Ikeagwu, and Uzor Arukwe, the video also stars filmmakers Femi Odugbemi and Kingsley Ogoro.

It is anticipated that the seasoned filmmakers would collaborate on the movie as producers. Igho declared that he will executive produce, direct, and produce the movie.

”It’s delicious writing,” Arukwe gave his thoughts on the movie’s screenplay.

The Instagram post confirmed the start of preproduction, while a production schedule is yet unknown.

Gary Dadzie, El Prince, and Niyola were featured in the 18-minute action-drama directed by Lekan Johnson and shot in 2012.

The protagonist of the story was a Nigerian private eye who, following a breakup with an old acquaintance, encountered a string of puzzling occurrences.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

Ohenebakayy is a Broadcast Journalist, and a pianist. He loves to write about trending stories in the world of entertainment. Ohene loves to read, listen to a lot of music and spends time playing the piano. You can reach him on+233241412892.

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