By Hussein Kiganda
Ugandan movie “Bizibu” which seems to be a continuation of the famous “Akapapula” film is tipped to premiere in November 2020.
Talking to The Kampala Sun, the producer of the movie, Swaib Nakibinge, said the team had agreed to premiere the movie in November but had not yet zeroed on the date.
“The team is under pressure because some of our fans who watched Akapapula have been asking us for more projects yet we are still distributing Akapapula. So we are planning to premiere the “Bizibu” project in November,” Nakibinge said.
He added that the project had been done earlier but his team was still working on the distribution of the earlier project.
To make “Bizibu”, Nakibinge was inspired by his visit to his home village, where he found a boy called Bizibu, who was reported to be terrorizing the neighborhood.
In the movie, Bizibu makes trouble in the village and runs to the city to seek refuge but ends up being recruited into a dangerous gang that terrorizes the city. The writer of the movie uses nomenclature to warn the public against naming their children after bad experiences.
The movie’s cast is made up of Umar Kafumbe, Hannington Wasajja, Rebecca Tumusiime, and Majidu Lutaaya as the major actors.