BY FAITH FAMAKINWA

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Williams Uchemba, Nollywood actor and comedian, has put out the trailer for ‘Mamba’s Diamond’, his first feature movie project.

The award-winning actor took to his social media page on Friday to share a snippet of the forthcoming project.

According to him, the much-awaited movie will hit the cinemas across the country from May 13.

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“The Official Trailer of Mambas Diamond. After 22 years in the film industry, it is with great pleasure that I present to you my first feature film,” he wrote.

“Ladies and gentlemen the official Trailer of Mambas Diamond. Save a little token for this movie as it hits all the cinemas nationwide from the 13th of May, and at the end all the Glory will go to my God and king.”

The less than two-minute trailer reflects on a heated fight as some people try to elope with diamonds worth millions of dollars belonging to the “queen of the underworld darkest cult group” known as Black Mambas.

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The forthcoming project features several heavyweights in the movie industry including AY, Gabriel Afolayan, Nancy Isime, Nse-Ikpe-Etim, Venita Akpofure, Jimmy Odukoya, Sam Dede, Ekike Asiegbu, Adaobi Dibor and Osas Ighodaro.

Uchemba’s debut as an executive producer while the film is produced by Darlington Abuda.

The feature is under the actor’s self-titled production company, Williams Uchemba Productions.

 

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Williams has established himself as a household in the Nigerian entertainment landscape since he made his movie debut.

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He rose to fame after featuring in ‘The Journey of the Dead’, a Nollywood blockbuster released in 2001, and has since snagged numerous awards.

The entertainer had in November last year tied the knot with Brunella Oscar, his lover, in Lagos.



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