Nollywood stars, Funke Akindele, Omoni Oboli, Eucharia Anumobi and Yul Edochie, take the lead in a new comedy drama titled “Moms At War.”
The movie is scheduled for cinema release on August 17.
The producers said in a statement on Sunday that the film tells the story of two mothers who would do anything for their children.
Omoni, who doubles as the director of the movie, stars as Ebubechukwu, a posh career woman who was born with a silver spoon and expects her only daughter to follow in her footsteps.
Funke stars as Olaide, a self-made woman who built herself up from nothing to raise her son and give him the life she did not have.
With their children competing for a place in a prestigious scholars programme, everything starts to derail as the mothers go head to head to ensure that their own child wins.
Naz Onuzo known for films such as “Wedding Party 2”, “New Money” and “My Wife and I” wrote “Moms At War”.
The CEO of Film One, Moses Babatope, said, “Having had many successful collaborations with Inkblot we were pleased to continue the partnership on Moms at War.
“We have worked with Dioni Visions and Omoni Oboli for many years and are happy to announce our first collaboration with her. Moms at War is the perfect film for women and everyone else as it cloaks in comedy the wars our mothers wittingly and unwittingly fight for us, everyday.”
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