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Published on February 1st, 2015 | by zimlink


Thy Will Be Done – A must watch film premiere

I heard that there is an angry ghost troubling a confused pastor in this upcoming Nigerian film, THY WILL BE DONE. Is there any truth in this rumour? I love paranormal stories. A reserved seat just for my notepad and pen, to watch the premiere of this film on Thursday, 26 of February 2015 at BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London, is the secret I want to share with you today. Love me, hate me but love my humour, this is your crazy film reviewer, Ada Uzoije. Thy Will Be Done, are you ready for my review?



Director: Obi Emelonye

Casts: Ramsey Noah,Mercy Johnson-Okojie,Mary Njoku and many more.





Pius (Ramsey Noah) is a happily married pastor in charge of a large church in Lagos, Nigeria.But when his first wife (Mary Njoku) that he buried 7 years ago suddenly shows up, his world is thrown into turmoil. His present wife (Mercy Johnson-Okojie) tries to fight her corner but Pius has a choice to make…between his calling and his wives; between old sins and new loyalties; between taking firm action and surrendering to God’s will. 
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Weakened by guilt and overwhelmed by sensational revelations, nothing would have prepared Pius for how rapidly things would descend into violent chaos…for hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.
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Ada Uzoije is a publishing manager and a fiction novelist, specialising in crimes, psychological thrillers and paranormal stories. Ada is a zealous film reviewer, a video editor and

If you want me to review a particular film, attend a behind-the-scene shooting and a film premiere, Email me at

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