New Language Debuts In ‘Finding Messiah’ Movie

By Mayowa Akintoye 2 Min Read

A new language, “Ngazala,” has been introduced by the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood, in the much-awaited film “Finding Messiah,” which is created by Oscar Heman-Ackah, a creative entrepreneur. Prominent film producer Kemi Adetiba claims that the creative writer of “Finding Messiah” used more than 4,000 words in the Ngazala language for the film.

Movie poster for the film, Finding the Messiah
Movie poster for the film, Finding the Messiah

Oscar Heman-Ackah is the director and producer of the political musical drama “Finding Messiah,” which is set in a fictionalized version of ancient Zambay society. The film used Pidgin English and English along with Ngazala, the language of the people who live in the Republic of Zambay, a fictional country.

The film also had A-list actors including Bucci Franklin, Uzi Kwednu, Daddy Showkey, Pete Edochie, Ngozi Ezeonu, Taiwo Ajayi-Lycett, Alex Usifo, Ejike Asiegbu, and Sunshine Rosman.

Oscar disclosed on Friday afternoon on his Instagram page that one of the most difficult things he had to deal with throughout the film’s production was bringing the lovely but imaginary world of Zambay to life. Additionally, he conveyed his heartfelt gratitude to the staff and actors for contributing their skills and efforts to the film’s successful production.

Watch the trailer for the eagerly awaited film above.

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Akintoye Mayowa is an adept writer with more than 5 years of prolific experience in writing articles ranging from entertainment, fashion, and movie reviews. He loves writing, listening to music, and watching movies. He is a highly-skilled, enthusiastic, selfmotivated professional writer.
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