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Must Watch Trailer! Uru Eke, OC Ukeje, Victor Olaotan, Femi Jacobs, Enyinna Nwigwe & More star in ‘Remember Me’



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“Remember Me” is a movie we are looking forward to in February 2016 when it is set to hit the cinemas.

The film from the Chime for Art Foundation stars Uru Eke, OC Ukeje, Victor Olaotan, Femi Jacobs, Anthony Monjaro, Chioma ‘Chigul’ Omeruah and Enyinna Nwigwe.

“Remember Me” is a story about accountability and transparency through citizen engagement.

The movie was directed by Izu Ojukwu with story by Uru Eke and the screenplay written by Onyinye Egenti.


Harida has a gift which makes her extra-ordinary and changes her life forever.   In the wake of mysterious events taking place in her life, her fiancé David who works with one of the nation’s biggest organizations stumbles on some incriminating evidence on one of the company’s projects involving an illegal land lease deal on the boarders of Cameroon.  Against insurmountable pressure from top officials to drop the case, David’s goal is to expose those involved and bring them to justice in the bid to fight corruption. As David threatens to go to the EFCC (Economic and Financial Crimes Commission) with his findings, all hell lets loose and the inevitable takes place.  Harida’s gift is tested as she risks her own life to continue David’s fight

It is a captivating, thrilling story about a young girl who struggles with astral projections, the fight to reveal the truth and expose her fiancé’s killers and coming to terms with the loss of her love.

Watch the trailer below.

The movie is powered by the Ford Foundation and supported by UBA, Yudala with BellaNaija and PulseTV as official media partners.


  1. nd

    January 23, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    More nigeria movie like this is need variety of interesting story lines

  2. Janeth

    January 23, 2016 at 1:47 pm

    Just in one flash of seeing Eyinna Nwigwe my day is made! My new nollywood favourite actor …Film looks goooooooood

  3. Damsel

    January 23, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    Nice trailer,looking forward to see the movie.

  4. cee

    January 29, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    So the fiance’ dies…no need to watch again

  5. NV

    February 3, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    The premise sounds interesting. Though the thing with most nollywood movies these days is not the story itself. Gone are the days when we cried out for different and interesting stories. There many movies telling captivating stories and more importantly,from a diverse point of view and not just the standard igbo centric,juju galore,underwhelming/melodramatic romance or richman/poorman/royalty/overgrown immature(read dumb as sh*t) college bad boys&girls/downtrodden cinderellas/evil stepmother/evil queen hijinks. The problem now lies in the execution and direction since we do not have a lack in the acting department. I give them a pass on the screenplay as that is in another level we are yet to reachand may take a while(not too long hopefuly). Anyway,I like Izu as a director,he chooses interesting projects and am looking forward to this and his Amina which is still in shooting stage. Hope it delivers!

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