By Tosin Clegg
Actor, Ramsey Tokunbo Nouah has revealed why he released a controversial impostor alert on his social media accounts on Monday, April 23. Ramsey made the revelation at a parley with the press at Filmhouse Cinema, Surulere on Monday, April 30.
Explaining the controversy behind the impostor alert which took the nation by storm, Ramsey said the impostor was a character from the heavily anticipated movie, â€˜Crazy Peopleâ€™ produced by award winning filmmaker, Moses Inwang. The movie is set for a May 25th release in cinemas nationwide.
Ramsey said â€œShooting â€˜Crazy Peopleâ€™ was fun as well as enlightening for me. It was very exciting that I got to play myself and my impersonator. I canâ€™t wait for everyone to see what an amazing movie weâ€™ve made.â€
Also speaking at the briefing, Moses Inwang, who also directed the movie said â€œThe film is in a class of its own as it is the first Nollywood film that has real life actors playing themselves as movie characters. â€˜Crazy Peopleâ€™ is guaranteed to blow your mind.â€
The film features a star studded cast including Ramsey Nouah, Chigurl, Monalisa Chinda, Sola Sobowale, Ireti Doyle, Kunle Afolayan, Mr. Patrick, Funnybone, Kelechi Amadi-Obi and many more.