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What inspired me to write “Suga Suga” – Actress Priscilla Okpara

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It’s no news that Priscilla Okpara, beauty queen-turned-actress from Nollywood, has recently evolved among the most prominent and celebrated faces in the Nigerian film industry.

Following her debut appearance in Love Bane, the film with which she went from normal Nollywood television movies to the big screen and box office films, she has since been seen in various high-profile film jobs, some of which not only starred in but also wrote including, Fracture, Olaedo The Fisher Girl, Bushman I love, Stolen Wives, Crosswords, Finding Rays, Three Daughters of Eli, In The Deep, Daydream, Winning Walker, Almost Had You, Suga Suga , which is set to hit the cinema after stable production from G-Worldwide and directed by Richards Omos Iboyi. When asked what inspired her to think of Suga Suga, she revealed that:

“The plot of the film comes from the imagination and is intended to be used as a way to teach people the power of repentance and forgiveness in marriage.”

The Imo State-born reveals she has a lot in stock to be released, including the highly anticipated Silent Baron, an NDLEA story, and an Ekwe Nche production directed by Arch Director Richards Omos Iboyi.

Actress Priscilla Okpara is currently gearing up for another great movie, Broken Roads, from the SBE production stable, the creator of “Love bane,” also directed by Richard Omos Iboyi.

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