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Five Nigerian Movies to Watch on Netflix

Netflix is increasingly becoming host to a number of Nollywood movies. We know you miss the cinema, we have listed some Nigerian movies available to watch on Netflix as of June 2020.

Living In Bondage: Breaking Free

Runtime: 2h 29m

Director: Ramsey Nouah

Mentored by a mysterious tycoon, an ambitious young man faces a crisis when his rise to power draws him deep into the occult.

Elevator Baby

Runtime: 1h 23m

Director: Ahkigbe Ilozobhie

A wealthy young man and an underprivileged woman are trapped in an elevator as she goes into labor.

Merry Men 2: Another Mission

Runtime: 1h 54m

Director: Moses Inwang

This is the part 2 of Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons, where four promiscuous businessmen schemed a rich politician to save the poor people of a village. The second part tells the story of how they have stopped robbing the rich to give to the poor and now are focusing on running their businesses.

She Is

Runtime: 1h 42m

Director: Chris Eneng Enaji

Facing her 40s, a highly accomplished woman, with a host of suitors at her feet, faces hard decisions about love, family, and her future.

The Set Up

Runtime: 1h 44m

Director: Niyi Akinmolayan

Manipulation and personal vendettas collide when a con artist hires a young woman to assist with his scheme to marry a wealthy heiress.

Bonus

Kasanova

Runtime: 1h 56m

Director: Oluseyi Asurf

(Available on Friday 26th, June 2020)

After losing his wife, a single father finds it difficult to get over his late wife and so in a bid to move on, he indulges in several uncommitted relationships. Then he falls in love with a single mom who is a preoccupied with her musical career and is impatient with her daughter.

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