Nollywood veteran Pete Edochie has recently addressed an issue which concerns him as well as an unreleased movie which is sponsored by the Nigerian Army.
According to Sahara Reporters, the actor disclosed that he has received threats to his life over the role which he played in the movie which is aimed at depicting the Islamic Movement in the country as a terrorist group.
The report further stated that the film which is titled “Fatal Arrogance” was shot in Enugu State and produced by Anosike Kingsley Orji.
The movie star was said to have played a role which required he wore an outfit that made him look like the leader of the Islamic group Sheikh El-Zakzaky who has been in detention since December 2015.
While addressing the issue in a video, Edochie stated that he only played a role in the movie and is not aware of what the whole film is all about.
He noted further that whoever hold any grievances against the movie does not have an idea of what it is about because the movie has not been released for commercial purpose.
“I don’t understand what the IMN is driving at. The film we shot is not even out, it has not been edited, the production is not complete.
“If they have complained to the Inspector-General of Police, and the IGP says give me a copy of the film, what are we going to do because the film is not in existence yet, it is not in circulation,” Edochie said.