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Not Just Enough

The Entourage of Ibe Johnson, A Brigadier General in the Nigerian Army runs into A taxi carrying Nelson Kennedy, an Artist who is conveying his sick mum to the hospital. A squabble with the taxi driver and Ibe Johnson's entourage leads to the use of force and brutality by the two soldiers who were with Him. The unfortunate event delays Nelson's Mum's medical attention which eventually leads to her death. The future plays a very messy game as Nelson and Naomi (Ibe Johnson's only daughter) run into each other.

  • Martinz Nnaji Jr.
    Obey, Just For Two, Ordinary Couple, Faceless, Marry Max Again
  • Martinz Nnaji Jr.
    Obey, Ordinary Couple, Marry Max Again
  • Stanley "The Ras General" Onwu
  • Martinz Nnaji Jr.
  • Anthony Monjaro
    Key Cast
  • Belindah Effah
    Key Cast
  • Chioma Nwosu
    Key Cast
  • Stanley "The Ras General" Onwu
    Key Cast
    "Ibe Johnson"
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    1 hour 26 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    August 31, 2020
  • Production Budget:
    15,000 USD
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Director Biography - Martinz Nnaji Jr.

Ekelemchukwu Martins Nnaji known as Martinz Nnaji Jr ( Martinz Jr) is a Software developer, Writer, Film Director, Cinematographer, and Post Production professional from Anambra State, Nigeria. Born into the family of four, He is the second son of his Parents Rev & Mrs Udechukwu Nnaji.

Martinz Nnaji Jr. Studied computer science in Anambra state University, He is active in the computing world while holding tight his passion as a film maker. His journey in filmmaking began in his Father's Audiovisual Studio in Anambra state in 2010. There he worked as a film editor, and also a music producer. He has shot many Nollywood features, music videos and TV programs.

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Director Statement

This movie is based on a true live event. Every Nigerian lives in perpetual fear of being brutalised by Nigerian law enforcement agents. This Movie tells just one out of many of such stories. We hope to use art to create awareness and also help to correct the ugly patches in our country and society.