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Top Nigerian Political Movies You Should Watch



Top Nigeria Political Movies You Should Watch

The following are the top Nigerian political movies you should watch. They are filled with lessons and histories of Nigeria politics.

1 . King Of Boys

Kemi Adetiba is the writer, co-producer, and director of the Nigerian criminal political thriller film King of Boys, which was released in 2018. ] The film centers on a struggle for political power and features rappers Illbliss and Reminisce, both of whom are making their acting debuts in the film.

The film King of Boys portrays the narrative of Alhaja Eniola Salami, a successful businesswoman and philanthropist who also has a bright political future. Sola Sobowale plays the role in the film. As a direct consequence of her expanding political aspirations, she finds herself embroiled in a struggle for power, which, in turn, endangers everything in her immediate environment. She is caught up in a game of trust, and she is unsure of who she should really look up to, which is what leads to her ruthlessness. In order to come out on top, she is being brutal.

2. October 1

Another poltical movie, the events of the movie take place in 1960, during the final months of colonial rule in Nigeria. It tells the narrative of Danladi Waziri (Sadiq Daba), a police officer from Northern Nigeria who is posted to a rural village in Western Nigeria called Akote to investigate the numerous murders of females that occur in the community.

The town is located in Nigeria. He is tasked with unraveling the riddle in time for the raising of the Nigerian flag on October 1, 1960, which marks the nation’s day of independence.

3. 76

The political thriller, which was directed by Izu Ojukwu, follows the story of a pregnant wife who assists her husband, a young soldier accused of participating in the failed coup of 1976, in proving his innocence. She does this by helping him prove his innocence.

This film, which came out in 2016, features Ramsey Nouah, Chidi Mokeme, Rita Dominic, and Ibinabo Fiberesima in starring roles. The movie, which was produced by Adonis Productions and Princewill’s Trust, was nominated for an Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Nigerian Film. It won the award. Netflix subscribers can access it at this time.

4. Your Excellency

The story of a wealthy businessman who ran for president of Nigeria but lost is told in the film directed by Funke Akindele. The man is obsessed with winning Nigeria’s highest office, the presidency.

Nevertheless, the tides flip in his favor in his final contest, and a smear campaign on social media helps catapult him to the leadership of the country.

5. Love Is War

A thick political movie with feminist undertone. Love is War is a fascinating sail through the muddy waters of Nigeria’s politics. Hankuri, a determined woman with a stellar political resume is handpicked by the President to run for Governor under the PPM party. As she lobbies for support from influential party members, the men seek her submission.

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