Kate Henshaw, an award-winning Nigerian actress, starred in Ego Boyo’s ‘The Ghost and The House of Truth’, a movie set to hit cinemas on November 22.
The film, which is billed to premiere on November 15, at the Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), tells the story of a counselor whose ten-year-old daughter goes missing from school.
Frustrated with police investigation, she takes it upon herself to catch the perpetrator but things take an unexpected twist as time runs out.
Henshaw then plays inspector Folashade, who vows never to give up even as her lead towards the rescue of the abducted young girl seemed to be evading her.
Other Nollywood actors who featured in the movie are Toyin Oshinaike as Uncle Joe, Susan Wokoma as Bola Ogun, Mario Obruthe as Tomi, Imoleayo Olusanya as Nike and Dara Egerton-Shyngle as Susan.
The film, directed by Akin Omotoso, also features Fabian Lojede, Chioma ‘Chigurl’ Omeruah and Kemi Lala Akindoju, who is also the associate producer and casting director of the film.
‘The Ghost and House of Truth’ would see Boyo return to the big screen as producer and executive producer.
The Nigerian actress, who started ‘Temple Productions’, her own production company in 1996, “is popular for her role as Anne Haastrup in the late 80s soap, ‘Checkmate’ and as actor/ producer for the critically acclaimed 90’s film ‘Violated’.”
She is also the producer of ‘A Hotel Called Memory’, an award-winning experimental and silent film, which won the audience award for best experimental film at the Black Star Film Festival in Philadelphia.
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