After her last effort entitled Being Mrs Eliot, actress, producer and director, Omoni Oboli is set to return to the cinema with another movie, The First Lady.

Scheduled for cinema runs on October 1, Nigeria’s Independence Day, The First Lady tells the story of a street girl and her pimp.

Promoters say the film comes with intrigues, twists and turns of street elements that attest to the versatility of Omoni as an actress.

Written and directed by the Delta State-born French graduate, The First Lady which stars Alex Ekubo, Jospeh Benjamin, Yvonne Jegede, Chinedu Ikedieze, Anthony Monjaro and Omoni Oboli, is touted as a comic drama with compelling story lines backed with impressive acting.

Oboli’s directorial debut, Being Mrs Elliot is said to have made over N16 million in the cinemas.

The actress who studied filmmaking at the New York Film Academy said she is evolving with time and getting better experience. “I hope people will find this better than Being Mrs Elliot. We sincerely put in a lot of efforts in this movie. Alex, Yvonne and myself applied ourselves. The cinema audience will be entertained and pleasurably shocked with what they will find in The First Lady,” she said.

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