Tosin Igho Reveals Plans For Feature Film Based On 2008 Short ‘The Suspicious Guy’

Tosin Igho, director of Seven and Nneka The Pretty Serpent, has unveiled his latest project, a feature film titled ‘Suspicion’.

The feature will be based on his acclaimed 2008 short film “The Suspicious Guy” and will, according to Igho, follow the origin story of its main character.

Igho expressed high hopes for the new project which he said has been in development since its debut of a trailer in 2012 by IGHO FILMS and Musaki Productions.

The announcement was made by Igho when he unveiled the full cast and crew for the feature film.

“It’s a Tosin Igho film through and through. You’re 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 that now” , Igho said.

Cast includes Omowunmi Dada, Stan Nze, Kalu Ikeagwu and Uzor Arukwe, while filmmakers Femi Odugbemi and Kingsley Ogoro are involved.

Filmed in 2012, the 18-minute action drama produced by Lekan Johnson starred Gary Dadzie, El Prince and Niyola. The plot revolved around a Nigerian private detective who encounters a series of mysterious events after ending an affair with an old acquaintance.

Igho confirmed that he would be fully involved in the general production of the film. Although the production schedule has not been announced, fans are eagerly awaiting its release.


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