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In 25 Years, Ramsey Nouah Set To Feature In First TV Show Alongside Segun Arinze

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In 1993, Ramsey Nouah kicked off his acting career on Fortune, a soap opera which starred Liz Benson, Pat Attah and Regina Askia.

Since then, Ramsey has become one of Nollywood’s most celebrated leading men — with memorable performances in films like The Figurine and ’76.

Now, after two and a half decades, the AMVCA-winning actor will be returning to his small-screen roots in Imoh Umoren’s upcoming TV show, Oghenekome.

The project, which was first announced over a year ago, finally has a poster and teaser. Ramsey Nouah will also be joined by other Nollywood heavyweights, (who worked with Nouah on Vuga and Silent Night) and Rachel Oniga (Royal Hibiscus Hotel).

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According to Imoh Umoren, Oghenekome — which is tagged “a twisted tale of broken hearts” — is the hardest thing he has ever had to direct. “[My producers and I] put our blood, sweat and tears into [it]”, he said on Instagram.

While no official release date has been announced, Umoren said the show will be “coming out in a bit.”

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