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Dickson Ireogbu’s ‘The Good Husband’ set for cinema release


Award-winning filmmaker, Dickson Iroegbu returns to the movie turf after a few years ‘Sabbatical’ with a movie, ‘The Good Husband’. Iroegbu, a notable director in Nollywood hinted that he took a sabbatical from filmmaking ‘’to pursue other dreams’. It was with excitement that he announced his return to the turf with ‘The Good Husband’, which is from the stable of Teamwork Studios Limited.

Produced and directed by Dickson Iroegbu, the star-studded movie x-rays the relationship between a man and woman in a marital union. It also highlights a situation where couples who feel they have figured out what makes a happy home, realizes that it takes a lifetime to unravel what truly works in marriage. Starring Sam Dede, Monalisa Chinda, Francis Duru, Thelma Okoduwa-Ojiji, Paul Sambo, Bassey Ekpo Bassey, and introducing Eeefy Ike and Shield Nwazuruahu, ‘The Good Husband’ is set for a nation wide release in April and as Ireogbu further hinted, ‘it will be exhibited in Churches and Mosques across the globe through all available distribution channels, so we are open for business’’.


Iroegbu who has produced and directed over 20 blockbuster movies such as, Women’s Cot, Critical Condition, Unfaithful, Romantic Attraction and The Mayors, which earned him Best Picture, Best Screenplay and Best Director at African Movie Academy Awards, AMAA, has released the trailer of ‘The Good Husband’.


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