Beverly Naya, Moet Abebe, others star in Oasis
Zik Zulu Films, in conjunction with The Incubator, has concluded plans to start screening its new TV drama series, Oasis.
Zik Zulu Okafor, CEO of the production outfit, described Oasis, which is a sequel to the rested sitcom, Heaven’s Gate, as an unusual drama that borders on a story of change through Christ.
At a media screening last Saturday at Zenith Water Margin Restaurant, Surulere, Lagos, Zulu also described Oasis as a story of violation, rape and loss of confidence. He further revealed that the 35-episode drama would start airing sometime in October.
Oasis tells the story of KK (Sean Faqua), a young man rooted in campus cultism. He has never loved a girl; so, when he meets Paris (Beverly Naya), it seems he has found his first love. But brainwashed by the characters around him, what would have been an amazing love story turns out to be a turbulent and devastating encounter that will leave Paris blind from KK’s violence.
While Paris denounces God, KK surrenders his life and everything to God, having escaped a near fatal accident. Fast-forward three years, KK is a businessman and roving preacher, while Paris is still that devastated girl. As events unfold, his past comes to haunt him.
On the other hand, Kaylah Tomi Savage falls in love with Oreva Amata (Tope Tedela), a law student. When he mentions his name to her mother, Olufunmi (Monalisa Chinda), a sad memory of her father’s betrayal and mysterious murder in prison is evoked. The former lovers find themselves in opposing sides of a war they didn’t start.
Oasis stars the likes of Beverly Naya, Moet Abebe, Tope Tedela, Segun Arinze, Monalisa Chinda, David Nnaji, Ifeanyi Williams, Mary-Jane Ugbaja and Zik Zulu Okafor.
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