The movie is expected to be in cinemas from 2nd April, 2021.
A number of celebrities turned up for the occasion.
However, their religion-themed outfits set the internet on fire, as nothing like that has been witnessed before on our local entertainment scene.
See photos of celebrities dressed for the occasion
Toyin Abraham wore what looked like a Celestial church garment (sutana). She looked every bit like a white garment church prophetess as she flashed a smile in this photo posted her Instagram today, March 29th, 2021.
She wrote "Tag the prophetess I look like let me go and visit her."
Actress Iyabo Ojo who features prominently in Yoruba films, wore a church lady outfit, although she paired her gown with a lace trouser.
Inasmuch as the garment was a fashion risk, she looked gorgeous.
Film and theatre actor Deyemi Okalawan came dressed in a priestly robe. It had angels with a trumpet on both sides of the cape. The actor's beard was painted gold and he held a golden cross in his hand.
Most of the celebrities at the movie premier were styled by celebrity stylist, Tiannah's Empire.
Due to the controversies surrounding the unusual dress code adopted by the celebrities as expected, since religious items are deemed sacred and aren't supposed to be glamorized, Tiannah addressed the situation on her Instagram page.
She defended the pieces, saying they were just costumes and meant no disrespect.
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