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Francis Duru, Cynthia Agholor, others star in ‘Diplomatic Strings’

Source; The Nation Newspaper
Posted By: Our Reporter On: May 25, 2017
Cynthia webA new movie, Diplomatic Strings, from the stable of Ehizoya Golden Entertainment, is set to hit the Nigerian, as well as international cinemas this year.
Produced by Frankfurt Germany based cultural ambassador, Isaac Izoya in partnership with Hollywood actress, fitness expert and motivational speaker, Queen Blessing Itua, the movie parades both local and international stars.
According to the producers, Diplomatic Strings was shot in choice locations in Frankfurt Germany and Nigeria.
 
The movie follows the life of Adams, a zealous, hardworking man who stands for what is right. He is in love with a super-rich lady, well connected Sharon, who chooses the illegitimate business as her only way of life. She is highly connected to the high and mighty in both the private and political circles.
She requests Adams to bring a naïve girl from Nigeria to work in her restaurant in Europe, with the aim of enslaving her.
Written and Directed by Paul Julius Obomokhai, Diplomatic Strings is set to embark on a world tour before hitting cinemas across Africa, Europe and America.
The movie stars the likes of Francis Duru, Cynthia Agholor, Uche Ogbodo, Jude Orhorha, Cossy Orjiako, Obi Madubogwu, Casandra Odita, Olutokun Amos and George Eyo.
Other foreign acts featured in the flick include Isaac Izoya, Queen Blessing Itua, Mathias Kramar, Hassna El- Bacha, Anslem Okhaimoh, Faith Ogoigbe, Imke Brenks and sensational Frankfurt based Zambia music icon, Yvonne Mwale.
Among the cities to be visited by cities are, Atlanta Georgia, USA (August 12), London UK (August 19), Zurich, Switzerland (August 26), Frankfurt, Germany (September 8) Abuja and Lagos, Nigeria (October).