Watch Funke Akindele, Dakore Akande, others in trailer of new movie

The movie focuses on the dilemma encountered by a female character who has to choose from a pair of men with unique attractive attributes.

Dakore Akande and her co-stars in a scene in the movie, Isoken.

The Jade Osiberu film takes a look at the societal pressure faced by unmarried African women despite their career success.

It also focused on the dilemma encountered by a female character who has to choose from a pair of men with unique attractive attributes.

Other top actors featured in the movie include Joseph Benjamin, Tina Mba, Ngozi Nwosu and other interesting personalities.

"Isoken" has been billed to premiere on Friday, June 16, 2017 at cinemas across Nigeria.

It is one of the highly rated movies produced by Osiberu who has now built a solid reputation for quality films.

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