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Top 10 best Nigerian (Nollywood) Movies on Netflix


Nigeria’s Nollywood movies are fast becoming one of the most rated movies in the world. This article will show you a list of the top 10 best Nigerian, Nollywood movies on Netflix today.

When one talks about the various entertainment sectors doing great globally, the Nigerian Nollywood industry is one.

The Nigerian movie industry is waxing stronger as the day passes by. Any lover of Nollywood movies will agree that Nollywood is improving in film making ranging from the actors to the subject matter and themes of the movies being produced.

Currently, there are lots of Nollywood movies on Netflix, which are making waves around the globe. Clacified reported that Netflix plans to license more Nollywood movies to stream on their platform.

The Movie Citation is the latest Nigerian movie to be licensed by Netflix at the time of this publication.

Do you love Nigerian movies and love the idea of a movie night alone or with a loved one? Here is a list of the top 10 best Nollywood movies on Netflix.

10. Living In Bondage: Breaking Free 2019
Living in bondage: Breaking free 2019 is our number on list of top 10 best Nollywood Movie on Netflix.
Living in bondage: Breaking free 2019 is our number on list of top 10 best Nollywood Movie on Netflix.

Living In Bondage: Breaking Free 2019 is a perfect remake of the 90s blockbuster of Living in Bondage acted by Kenneth Okonkwo. The movie, which is documented on Wikipedia is a 2019 movie and produced by Charles Okpaleke.

The movie Living in Bondage: Breaking Free 2019 won seven awards at the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards 2020

The Living in Bondage of the 90s was a blockbuster that announced Nollywood to the rest of the world. It was a movie acted in the Igbo language. It was seen as the best Nollywood movies of the 90s.

Nnamdi Okeke the son of Andy Okeke of Living in Bondage of the 90s joins the same occultic group his father once belonged to

Kenneth Okonkwo, who acted as Andy Okeke in the movie, was an ambitious young man who unknowingly joined a cult group, killing his wife unintentionally.

The remake of the movie Living in Bondage: Breaking free presented the same theme as we saw Andy Okeke’s son repeat almost his father’s mistake as a result of his ambitiousness but in a different manner.

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