Kingsley Akam (UNICAL Lecturer) Depicts Societal Reality In A Film, 'Too Sure To Lose'

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Kingsley Oyong Akam: UNICAL Lecturer Depicts Societal Reality in a film, "Too Sure to Lose" (Pictures)

What To Know About Kingsley Oyong Akam's Movie, "Too Sure to Lose"

TOO SURE TO LOSE a film, that highlights the current social reality where young men focus more effort in betting and virtual gambling in order to get rich quick at the detriment of their education is set to hit the screen

The film written by Kingsley Oyong Akam, a lecturer in the Theatre and Media Studies University of Calabar - illustrates how betting and gambling addiction has gripped youths who in their desperation and greed to get rich quick spend most of their resources and time in gambling centres.

The narrative revolves round Vincent, a law student, the son of Mr Asuquo an influential politician who has so much faith in the son and plans to make him the youngest Attorney General in the state at the completion of his studies.

"That is my son, Vincent (Solomon Okoro), he is a final year law student in the University and when he finishes his studies , I will make him the youngest Attorney General. I am the game changer. The politics of this state is in my hands" Mr Asuquo brags to his friend Obun (Vinomann Oyala).

Did Vincent graduate? What kind of lawyer will Vincent be in the society?

In the subplot, the screen play also depicts the struggles families go through particularly where the head of the household and on this case, Mr Udo refuses to be responsible by providing for the family. He spends his salary on side chicks, drinks and pepper soup and does not pay his children fees and house rent.

On the cast of "Too Sure to Lose" are prominent Nollywood actors and actresses including Jude Chukwuka as Professor Bessong, Eve Esin as Mrs. Asuquo, Ibok Ekpenyong as Orok, Emmanuel Williamson as Abang and others.

Source thefamousnaija

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