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Issakaba Returns 2024 – Everything We Know So Far!

The Story ⚡

Sam Dede, Chidi Mokeme, Iyabo Ojo, and others have been revealed to be part of the cast for “Isaakaba Returns.”

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The movie is a gripping action thriller that revolves around the Issakaba Boys, a community vigilante group summoned by the king and his council to combat a surge in robberies. These criminals possess supernatural powers, adding to the peril.

Produced and directed by Lancelot Imasuen in 2001, the film spans four parts franchise that is well loved by Nigerian movie consumers.

“The Return Of Issakaba” features returning cast members like Sam Dede, and Chiwetelu Agu, alongside newcomers including Chidi Mokeme, Regina Daniels, Phyna, Iyabo Ojo, Itele the Icon, Alex Usifo, Mark Angel, Charles Okafor, and more.

Key Background

Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen, also known as “D’Guvnor,” is a highly accomplished filmmaker in  Nigeria. He holds a degree in Theater Arts from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. Imasuen initiated his career at the Nigerian Television Authority before delving into full-time filmmaking. Remarkably, he directed his debut film at the young age of twenty-four.

He has a particular passion for showcasing the Edo language in his works, evident in acclaimed films such as Ikuemiting, Olidara, and Ebuwa, which premiered in Benin City, attracting over twenty-five Nollywood stars. Imasuen’s talent has garnered him numerous accolades both locally and internationally.


Nollywood classics are making a comeback with remakes and sequels, drawing varied responses from audiences. Standout releases like “Living In Bondage” (2019) and “Nneka The Pretty Serpent” (2020) highlight the enduring popularity of these beloved films.

Elements of early Nollywood, such as its didactic storytelling and exaggerated drama, continue to influence modern Nigerian cinema.

This resurgence reflects the cultural significance of classic Nollywood and its ongoing impact on the industry.

In Summary

With excitement building up for the release of Isaakaba, the question arises: How will the same director, same lead and additional new cast create something better in 2024 for modern audiences

This is what we would love to find out. This is a developing story.

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