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Must Watch Trailer! Akin Lewis, Ngozi Nwosu, Uti Nwachukwu, Shaffy Bello & More Star in New Dramedy Film “Whose Meal Ticket”



Award-winning Nollywood actress, writer and producer, Grace Edwin-Okon is out with another thought-provoking flick, ‘Whose Meal Ticket’, starring Akin Lewis, Ngozi Nwosu, Uti Nwachukwu, Shaffy Bello, Lisa Omorodion, Tana Adelana, Femi Durojaiye and Iyke Nnabuife among others, with Kehinde Omoru as Executive Producer.

In Whose Meal Ticket, Lisa Philips is hell bent on regaining her family’s lost glory, encouraged by her mother, Mrs. Philips, with the advice of devious wiles and strategies of using what she has to get what she wants. This is just as Mrs. Disu, wife of the rich and influential Lagos socialite Chief Disu, battles diabetes. Testing her blood sugar level daily is painful, effortful and potentially damaging. However, she does it with an ease that dispels the phobia for diabetes, proving that you can suffer symptoms like frequent thirst, frequent urination, slow healing wounds, mood swings and fatigue associated with diabetes and still grasp life with zest.

Life would have been ‘hunky-dory’ with the Disus until Lisa’s push into them opens the curtain to social issues like neglect, jealousy, conspiracy, connivances and duplicity that often plagues the rich.
On the other hand, Chief Disu, a father of two has been grooming his more promising son – Taiwo – to take over the helms of his fast growing conglomerate while Kehinde – the ‘black sheep’ of the family couldn’t care a hoot whether Taiwo is ‘making waves’ within the family business.



  1. Meme

    March 17, 2017 at 12:41 pm


  2. Tony

    March 17, 2017 at 4:45 pm

    Yawning continues…

  3. Wakapass

    March 17, 2017 at 10:07 pm

    Saw this film on IbakaTV it’s hilarious! Stop yawning and go and see it, the film makes sense

  4. Nigerian observer

    March 18, 2017 at 9:59 am

    Lol I understand why they are yawning the write up is too lenghty, the synopsis is long winded, the PR agent who posted this needs koboko
    That being said, I also watched the film on IBakaTV the storyline is really good, at least it made me laugh
    Thumbs up to the writer

  5. Moviebuff

    March 21, 2017 at 6:54 am

    The Producer of this movie, Grace Edwin-Okon is one Nollywood Producer I admire and respect a lot. Her movies always carry valuable messages and I always learn something from them. She seems to have a preference for advocacy movies that highlight societal issues. I encourage everyone to watch this movie, I am sure you will learn a thing or two from it in the midst of its fun and laughter.

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