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Gospel minister Debsandy Premeires ‘Silent Pain’

Gospel minister Debsandy Premeires 'Silent Pain'

Dr. Deborah Onyema, widely known as Debsandy, is ready to release her new movie titled ‘SILENT PAIN’.

What God has brought together, no one can separate.  And a madman passing by said, “That is if they (the couple) don’t put themselves apart by themselves.” This film is about religiously motivated marriages. Divorce is a “No” if one is a Christian, even if domestic abuse is a daily occurrence in that family.

Lilian, a born-again Christian who married late in life after rejecting numerous suitors due to her faith and dread of marital crises, became a victim of her own anxiety. Will she keep the marriage as a Christian? Find out in “SILENT PAIN,” an emotional, action-packed, and educational film.

The movie producer, Dr. Deborah Onyema, popularly known as Debsandy, is a mental health practitioner, author, composer, Irish/Nigerian, and producer of Nollywood films. She also founded the Debsandy I Care Foundation, a multi-award-winning vocalist who was reared in Kaduna state and is blissfully married to Prince C.U. Onyema has three children together.

Speaking about how she was inspired to write the movie, she said: “I was inspired and motivated to portray a character from a novel I created a few years ago about my late twin brother. My first real supporters were my late twin brother and my spouse.

This new movie titled ‘Silent Pain’ was inspired by some of the stories individuals told me about their relationships and how their faith has influenced them both positively and adversely. ”

The film was shot in Owerri and in parts in the United Kingdom.It will be released on November 11th, 2023 in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, and the United States, and will also be available on YouTube.

Aside from acting, Debsandy is also a gospel singer, a mental health practitioner, and the creator of the Debsandy Foundation. She had virtually adopted children, paid for their education, and cared for them. Her foundation helps widows & the less privileged, mentor, and empower young people. We founded a young group called icare youth health awareness. We raise awareness about drugs, alcohol, suicide, and bullying.

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