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UBA’s REDTV launches Season 2 of Inspector K

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On March 16th 2018, the online lifestyle network powered by the United Bank for Africa, REDTV, held an exclusive screening for season 2 of the hit series, Inspector K , at Filmhouse Cinema in Lekki, Lagos.

Inspector K is a crime comedy about a wacky inspector who through unconventional ways solves crimes in the city of Lagos. He is supported by two clueless but surprisingly sometimes intelligent police officers.

This season the super inspector has finally met his match. He is dealing with a cartel that seems to be completely untraceable and is always one step ahead of him:drugs, murders, major heist and thievery.

The heat is on as Inspector K’s station tries to uncover this menacing group, but this time they enlist the help of another station and a Special agent from “the abroad”. The only problem is Inspector K is not the best at working in a team as the spotlight seems to get smaller and smaller.

‘Inspector K is back better than ever. The cinematography is top quality and the script got funnier. REDTV continues to break barriers as it brings together the best in the industry in all its productions’

This Season promises plenty of laughs, forced teamwork, bad guys, a boss and a potentially awkward love story we present to you #InspectorK season 2… Thief, Murderer and The Boss.

The series, which is set to launch on REDTV on March 21st, stars Koye “K 10” Kekere-Ekun, Charlie Chen, Folu Storms, Bosun Shadare, Jemima Osunde, Demi Banwo, Obi Obiora, Martin Ayeni, Damola Layonu and many more.

 Please find attached the images you requested and here’s the link for the trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWIx89S5lqE

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  • Inspector s. Lecky, in my opinion, may not be all you expect. When first in Terrrxd his nick name was “seat belt Lecky”. When I had an issue regarding criminal activity in my residential area I wanted to discuss the issue so tried to make an appointment to discuss it with him as the Officer in Charge of the Terrace Detacment. He didn’t have the courtesy to see me, just a citizen; he just shuffled me off through his staff to another officer to deal with my issue. I had called earlier to see him and he left me to think I was just not important enough to take up busy time. I guess as an Inspector, a citizen doesn’t equate to someone to be bothered with. Good luck if he elivated to Superintendent.