Check out more photos of Kate Henshaw, Queen Nwokoye, Saka on set

More Photos from Tchidi Chikere's upcoming movie has got fans excited. See photos.

undefinedfrom Tchidi Chikere's upcoming movie 'Public Assault' has got more fans excited and anticipating the release of movie.

Some cast of the movie took to the social media to share more photos.

Directed by Tchidi Chikere, 'Public Assault' has Kate Henshaw and Queen Nwokoye playing the opposing wives of Saka.

When a comedy movie has the above listed cast, fans can sure expect a thrilling result. 'Public Assault' also stars Betty Obolor, an upcoming Nollywood actress.

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