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The first season of "Losing Control" featured Mary Lazarus as Uche, a young woman who disguises herself as a man to land a job.

Mary Lazarus as a man in Losing Control

Starring Joseph Benjamin, Mike Godson, Susan Peters, Sylvy Oluchy, Jemima Osunde, Eddie Watson, Mary Njoku among others, the series is directed by the talented Ikechukwu Onyeka.

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Synopsis

"After all attempts at getting a job fails, Uche, a young, educated, orphaned woman stumbles into a job advert she is overly qualified for: only snag is the gender specification says 'male'.

She decides to disguise as a man to clinch this job; What she doesn't bargain for is what follows after the decision".

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"Losing Control" is a TV series produced by Emem Isong for Rok Studios.

Watch "Loosing Control" clip below.

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