Femi Ogunsanwo’s Heist Action Film, ‘The Naija Job’ Addresses Big City Politics In Nigeria

Femi Ogunsanwo’s heist action film, ‘The Naija Job’ has started filming in an action and crime genre reported to address the big city politics in Nigeria.

Reuniting with Tunde Leye on this project, Femi Ogunsanwo uses the elements of crime, action, and heist to put the viewers on an entertaining ride.

Set in Nigeria’s economic capital, the action packed movie explores the backdrop of politics in the country while also highlighting the grey areas to it.

Femi Ogunsanwo and crew members on set of ‘The Naija Job’
Femi Ogunsanwo and crew members on set of ‘The Naija Job’

With actors like Bimbo Manuel, Ade Laoye, Omowunmi Dada, Baaj Adebule, Joselyn Dumas, Antar Laniyan, Daniel K. Daniel, Teni Aladese, Frank Donga, Nonso Odogwu, and Laura Pebble, “The Naija Job” boasts an excellent cast.

Speaking about the cast of the film, Ogunsanwo boasted they are some of the best in Africa.

“The cast and crew that we have put together are some of the best the African film industry has to offer.”

‘The Naija Job’ is written by Dare Olaitan who also doubles as co-story editor and directed by Femi Ogunsanwo.

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