Written by Afua Amankwanowa
Renowned actor Sam Dede is gearing up to make a comeback as Ebube in the highly anticipated sequel to the 2001 Nollywood hit, ISSAKABA. The news was revealed by Dede himself in a recent Instagram post, where he exclaimed, "Issakaba!!! The Myth returns..."
The film will be helmed by its original director, Lancelot Imasuen, who has been actively promoting the project's progress. Imasuen recently held second auditions for the film in Asaba, further fueling excitement among fans.
ISSAKABA, known for its gripping storyline and memorable characters, captivated audiences when it first hit the screens. Now, with the return of Sam Dede in his iconic role, fans can't wait to see what the sequel has in store.
Details about the plot and additional cast members are still under wraps. As the production gains momentum, anticipation continues to build for this long-awaited continuation of the ISSAKABA legacy.
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