By Jude Katende Clad in a cream cap, a black T-shirt, faded black jeans and black shoes, Nigerian movie star Zack Orji arrived at Entebbe Airport at 11:40am yesterday to a rousing welcome from members of the Nigerian community. He will be casting and auditioning Ugandan actors in a future collaborative movie with Nigerians actors. Local artiste Sheila nvannungi and a Nigerian girl presented Orji with a garland and bouquet of flowers respectively. Dressed in glamourous traditional Nigerian outfits, the Nigerians, numbering about 15, led Orji to an awaiting car entourage. Orji, a movie producer and director, said Ugandans would benefit from the movie just as much as the Nigerians. "We don't want to talk about the African movie industry as one dominated by Nigerians. We want all Africans to be involved. Many young people have been taken off the streets and are engaged in various movie projects. Retired civil servants too have benefited. There is a lot the movies can do for your economy," Orji said. The auditions will be held for two days at Hotel Diplomate in Muyenga. Orji will be back in March next year with more actors and the crew ready to shoot the movie.