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Movie Alert! 'Wives on Strike: The Revolution' featuring Omoni Oboli, Uche Jumbo, Toyin Abraham, Chioma Akpotha and more| Watch Trailer

Our movie alert for this week goes to the star-studded sequel of the Nigerian romantic comedy directed by Omoni Oboli titled 'Wives on Strike: The Revolution'.

The movie which is the sequel to the 2016 comic movie, 'Wives on Strike' features the likes of Omoni Oboli, Toyin Abraham, Ufuoma McDermott, Uche Jumbo, Sola Sobowale, Kenneth Okonkwo, Odunlade Adekola, Chioma Akpotha, Afeez Oyetoro, Julius Agwu, Chigurl, Sani Danja and a host of others.

Wives on Strike: The Revolution tells the story of a group of market women fighting against domestic violence after one of their own is beaten to death by her husband. The aftermath of the tragic event leads to another strike by the women against their husbands forcing these men to stand up for what is right.

Omoni Oboli had in an interview with PULSE back in September announced that the sequel would be hitting cinemas later this year. Omoni who described the movie as a gift had said;

"Wives on Strike" is a gift that keeps on giving. So, yes, we have a series. We have actually finished shooting that. And, we do have a sequel coming up as well. We have "Wives on Strike" part 2, it's called "Wives on Strike: The Revolution." So get ready for the revolution",

Wives on Strike: The Revolution is set to debut in cinemas nationwide on Friday, 29th December 2017 and following the success of its prequel which garnered a whopping N71m, fans will no doubt be eager to see what Omoni and the ladies have in store for them.


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