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Watch the Teaser of “Something Wicked” starring Ireti Doyle, Okey Uzoeshi, Adesua Etomi, Gabriel Afolayan, Beverly Naya & More



The teaser for “Something Wicked (Premonition)” is here!

Directed by Yemi Morafa, the teaser introduces us to a star studded line up of actors.

Produced by JAF Alliance, “Something Wicked (Premonition)”, features Iretiola Doyle, Okey Uzoeshi, Adesua Etomi, Gabriel Afolayan, Ivie Okujaye-Egboh and Beverly Naya.

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The movie is set for release in the first quarter of 2017.

“Something Wicked” is the story of a widow (Hauwa), whose recently orphaned nephew (Abel), moves into her home from the violence riddled Northern Nigeria, after the murder of his parents. Abel has a difficult time fitting into his new family, whilst Hauwa struggles with the challenges of balancing a failing business and single parenthood. This family’s bond is tested when they are thrown in a life threatening situation and we see how easily misunderstandings lead to misconceptions and premonitions are sometimes the only warning we get, in this game of life and death.

Something Wicked also stars Keira Hewatch, Omowunmi Dada, Bisola Aiyeola, Timini Egbuson and Emem Ufot.

Watch the teaser below.


  1. Bee

    August 2, 2016 at 3:54 pm

    What kind of silly generalization is this?: “whose recently orphaned nephew (Abel), moves into her home from the violence riddled Northern Nigeria, after the murder of his parents”

    I know you want to promote your movie but please stop using this kind of defaming and sensational wording. How would you residents of other parts of Nigeria feel if people used only one lens to view you?

    Also, Northern Nigeria is anywhere ABOVE the Niger. (If you’re doing North and South division) so it is wrong to paint the entire Northern Nigeria as VIOLENCE RIDDLED!

    • molarah

      August 2, 2016 at 8:12 pm

      You are being too touchy. I’m sure one time or the other you would have used the words “war-torn” to describe Somalia or Syria, or “cold” to describe the UK or America, which are generalizations as well. It’s a misnomer alright, but it’s not as deep as you make it out to be. They aren’t lying about the violence are they? The least you could have done in your criticism is to suggest alternative wording for a better representation of the facts.

    • ha'an

      August 2, 2016 at 10:09 pm

      I tire oo,i’m a northerner(not middle belt o) and I dont see anything wrong with it,if dey had mentioned a state now,pple wud strt talking, what dey said is a notorious fact; let’s focus on the bigger picture(the storyline n message).. Trailer was great,cant wait to watch the movie.

    • Jade

      August 3, 2016 at 11:05 am

      Go and sleep abeg, is the north violence riddled? the other day youths burned a church in Niger state, an evangelist was killed in Kubwa Abuja, UN envoy was bombed in maiduguri, Plateau just came out of the Jos crisis, we are just recovering from boko haram while the chibok girls are still missing. All these places mentioned are where? stop being narrow minded and myopic abeg. the North is violence riddled whether you like it or not

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