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Play Studio Networks Premieres The Sequel Of Nneka The Pretty Serpent In Lagos

Idia Aisien stuns on the red carpet alongside other industry personalities including Stephanie Coker, Denrele Edun, Onyiibekeh, Ndidi Obi and others

In what was termed exclusive event held in Genesis Cinemas, Palms, Lekki, Lagos, media and movie personalities, showed up for the premiere of Nneka The Pretty Serpent. It was a night of glitz and glamour as guests showed up and showed off.

The Dress Code For The Premiere Of Nneka The Pretty Serpent

The theme of the night was Vengeance, Vain Glory and Lascivious Enticement. Guests were expected to wear looks representing one of the 7 deadly sins. Most people got the memo but we will leave that to our professional style critics to decide if they interpreted the memo correctly.

In terms of colour, we had a lot of gold, black and red. A few blues in the mix and then we had others with the mix. Present at the event was Idia Aisien, Beverely Osu, Ndidi Obi, Uru Eke, Tomiwa Tegbe.

the palms, lekki

Chris Odeh and cast of nneka the pretty serpent

uti nwachukwu at the premiere of Nneka the pretty serpent

denrele edun and waje at the premiere of nneka the pretty serpent.

Charles okpaleke at the premiere of nneka the pretty serpent

guests at the premiere of nneka the pretty serpent

guest at premiere of nneka the pretty serpent

moses babatope and friends at the premiere of nneka the pretty serpent

 

 

The team shared our top 10 looks from the event on Instagram. Do check that out here!

Distributed by Genesis Pictures, Nneka The Pretty Serpent (The Becoming) will be in major cinemas nationwide from Friday the 18th of December, 2020. To watch a live video of the premiere, click the play button below:

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