Kemi Adetiba, a Nigerian filmmaker, says Richard Mofe-Damijo (RMD), a Nollywood actor, will make the cast for the sequel to her much-anticipated movie ‘King of Boys’.

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She took to her Instagram page on Thursday to break the news while also expressing her excitement.

She wrote: “RMD in my film? Somebody pinch me, I can’t wait” on what seems to be the film’s script.”

‘King of Boys’ follows the story of a businesswoman who gets caught up in power tussle and trust game that eventually threatens everything around her on account of her growing political ambition.

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It has since met widespread acceptance among film lovers and was enlisted among the Nigerian movies screened for the second edition of California’s Nollywood in Hollywood film showcase.

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Like I said… I… CAN'T… WAIT!!! 🙌🏾 🙌🏾 🙌🏾 #SomebodyPinchMe #KOBSequel #ReverendIfeanyi #KOBSeasonHasOfficiallyReturned #KOBArmy⚔️

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RMD’s role in the movie’s sequel is, however, yet to be disclosed. Some notable figures who starred in ‘King of Boys 2’s prequel are Sola Sobowale, Adesua Etomi, Jide Kosoko, Osas Ighodaro, Illbliss, and Reminisce.

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On conspiracy theories that have tailed the announcement of ‘King of Boys 2’, Adetiba had said she fears sharing the script with anyone and would go as far as shooting three alternative denouements.

I’m afraid to share the script with anyone at this point, even folks that need to read. As I’ve said, even if you manage to get your hands on a script, none will have the final scene,” she had stated.

“We will shoot three endings cause I don’t trust you all. These conspiracy theories! The way y’all are acting, I definitely will need a lockdown on the KOB 2 set, with everyone signing airtight NDAS.”

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