Lagos - The lives of African American cops in Los Angeles are the focus of a new movie, LAPD African Cops, set to be premiered in cinemas across Nigeria on December 4, reports The Nation
The film, from the stable of The Atuma Brothers International Company, was written and directed by Hollywood-based Nigerian, Pascal Atuma.
It tells the story of two West African men (Officer Naija and Officer Ghana) who join the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) and go about installing African values of culture, respect and morals as they go about their policing duties.
LAPD African Cops also stars African American movie stars which include Vanessa Bell Calloway (Coming to America), Luenell Campbell (Borat), Dorien Wilson (The Parkers), Brian Hooks (Eve’s Show), Mari Morrow (One Life To Live), Jaszmin Lewis (Barbershop), Trina Mcgee (Friday After Next), Tonya Lee Williams ( Young & Restless), Caryn Ward-Ross (The Game) and Bless Brown Vera (Sexy Boy In America).
Read more at The Nation