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Director Pink serves suspense, thrills and actions in Lady Koi Koi

By Tobi Awodipe
03 December 2021   |   3:34 pm
Undoubtedly we have all heard a story about a ghost who wears red heels and haunts boarding school’s hostels and toilets at night? This story is popular among secondary school students and it’s rumored that boarding school students live in fear of this ghost. This story evolves around the renowned folklore of the ghost called…

Undoubtedly we have all heard a story about a ghost who wears red heels and haunts boarding school’s hostels and toilets at night? This story is popular among secondary school students and it’s rumored that boarding school students live in fear of this ghost. This story evolves around the renowned folklore of the ghost called Lady Koi Koi whose name was derived from the “koi koi” sounds made by her heels.

Till today who she is and whether she is real is a question many cannot answer, but currently showing on YouTube, is a movie about her which was was re-imagined and directed by Praise Onyeagwalam popularly known as Director Pink, a 22 year old cinematographer, film editor and music video director. Her previous works includes the production of the visuals to “Roju” by Chike, “Jealous” by Alikiba featuring Mayorkun, “Running To You” refix by Chike featuring Simi, “Follow You” by Fiokee featuring Gyakie and Chike.

Lady Koi Koi, the movie was written by David Elujokor, produced by Anny Productions and Castsports (Executive Producer) for Pink Line Films in collaborations with Alt Scenes Creations. Starring Mitchelle Michael (as NAHEEMA), Kenechukwu Promise (as NIKE), Oluyemi Gbemisola (as Shadia), Sharon Jatto (as Mary) and Sunshine Rosman (as Lady Koi Koi).

The movie was produced with the intention to put childhood stories on the big screens.

Lady Koi Koi was believed to be a mean teacher who met a terrible death and returned to the school to haunt its students. Though no sighting has ever been recorded, boarding school students still live in fear of the red-heeled Lady Koi Koi.

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