Adesua Etomi-Wellington is the lead actress in the new action movie, titled Muna. The movie will hit the cinemas on Friday across Nigeria, Liberia and Ghana.
It is directed and produced by Nigerian-born award-winning writer- cum producer Kevin Nwankwo.
Speaking at the Muna Movie Premiere at Genesis Cinema in Lagos State, Nwankwor, said MUNA is centered on creating awareness on human and sex trafficking, let people know that it exists in our society, that it is rampant in the poor communities and to let the society know that there is a need to do much more about it.
“MUNA is designed to educate, enlighten, entertain and inform the world on the consequences of sex and human trafficking. The movie explains that we should not let our past define your future, because we are products of our past, not prisoners of it.
If you have gone through bad things and lots of sex and human trafficking, you have to choose between the path of love or revenge, of which each of them leads to different path. With love, you can overcome a lot, with vengeance you do not know what awaits at the front”.
He noted that Muna is a movie that aims to put an end to human and sex trafficking yet tries to melt the hearts of the victims and survivors from becoming a nurtured assassin or take laws into their hands.
“MUNA has many thrilling action movie spices, from gun fights, martial arts, big explosions, suspense, lies, deceptions, romance, stunts, punches and the female action lead character for the African movie, among others.
The Kevstel productions features renowned stars from Nollywood and Hollywood, Nigerian legend Onyeka Onwenu, Ebele Okaro, Sharon Ifedi, Camille Winbush, Nigerian rapper and songwriter FALZ, Adam Huss, Mayling Ng, Robert Miano, Massi Furlan, Steve Wilder, Johnny Williams, and Michael Cavalieri.