The movie, starring Abraham Attah, is a few newly immigrated Nigerian scholar who “struggles to balance his conflicting desires of joining a college fraternity and bonding with his strictly religious father.”
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The movie follows the story of Dayo, a first-generation Nigerian faculty scholar trying to be a part of a fraternity whereas balancing the calls for of his religiously strict father.
“Many Nigerian immigrants who move to America, they view fraternities as a very destructive, dangerous organization to join. They are pretty much like gangs that you see here in America,” Director Solomon Onita Jr. mentioned.
The movie is being produced by American music moguls Birdman and Benny Increase below their Money Cash Movies imprint.
The director says the movie isn’t your typical, cautionary story about frats. “This film was different from other films that deal with fraternity culture. This film makes a positive case for fraternities rather than just repeating old tired stereotypes.”
The movie is being produced by Money Cash Movies, Groundwurk Studios, and TigerEye Movies with Ontia Jr. as director. Alongside Attah, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine, Adepero Oduye, and Kwesi Boakye additionally star within the movie.