Top 10 Nigerian Movies on Netflix – In the past few years, Netflix has become a top designation for Nigerian Movies. Netflix company is owned by an American media services provider.
The 23 years old Company presently leading the Internet entertainment service with 158 million paid memberships over 190 countries has been able to take control and lead the pace in today’s online media services provider over the world. Going forward, looking for the most talked-about online TV shows alongside movies from around the world? They are all on Netflix. Simply put, it is an online depot you can find the latest movies from all movie producing countries.
To make things easy, we have helped shuffled out a list of the following ten most-watched Nigerian movies on Netflix. Here are the top 10 Nigerian movies we have found for you this current time.
The real Yoruba Demons is a Nigerian Nollywood movie written and produced by Ayo Makun. The initial release was on 28th September, 2018. The movie is about four of the richest bachelors in Abuja, Nigeria enjoying a life of fast cars, palatial homes, and female attention while concealing their true activities.
Some of the starring movie experts that as well featured are Ramsey Nouah, Jim Lyke, Falz, Ireti Doyle, etc.
Odunlade Adekola a popular actor in the Nigerian movie industry solely produced and directed the vendor. The movielike comedy tells the story of a newspaper seller (also called vendor) whose life changes after meeting a rich young lady. It’s a funny but good love story that you will love to watch and learn lessons from.
Kemi Adetiba, a Nigerian music video director-produced the movie. This is the second movie released by her since the release of the wedding party. It is focused on a businesswoman and philanthropist with a promising political appointment. The producer, Kemi Atiba is currently working on part two of the same movie which is to be released this year too.
- The Bling Lagosians
The movie is about a wealthy family and their mother Mopelola, who is to celebrate her birthday party. Along the line, there were fights between family members. Then their father Akin had to prevent the foreclosure of the family’s business simply by Asset management corporation.
- Lagos Real Fake Life
The movie reveals the fake lifestyle of some people who resides in Lagos and as well visits Lagos. The good thing about the movie is the twist and humor that was added all through. The movie was directed by Mike Ezuruonye. The movie is full of fun all though while it as well showcased the happenings in Lagos.
- Potato Potahto
The movie is a Ghanaian Nigerian romantic comedy that narrates the experience of divorce in West Africa. The divorced couple decided to continue sharing a home but their already cohabitating scheme practices suffice as soon as they begin dating other people. The movie is co-produced by a Nigerian company called the Ascend Studios.
- Seven and a Half Dates
This romance movie story was led by Mercy Johnson. The romance follows the life of a career-driven lady the firstborn of her parent. The father wanted her to get married is the first child then he arranged up to 10 dates for her which she found her love.
- The Arbitration
The movie is a 2016 Nigerian romantic movie written and produced by Chinaza Onuzo, directed by Niyi Akinmolayan. The movie is all about a charming entrepreneur, running a tech business well profitable enough. For film lovers that love the drip of suspense will love to be part of the deal. The movie features stars like Adesua Etomi, Somkele Iyamah, etc.
- Taxi Driver
The movie is centered on working in Lagos at night, as a taxi driver. It explains the story of a young man called by name Adigun (Femi Jacobs) that came to Lagos for the first time after the sudden death of his distant father who was then a taxi driver.
- 93 Days
The movie 93 days directed by Steve Gukas is based on the 2014 Ebola virus outbreak in Nigeria and the medical personnel that help the country through the period of the virus’s existence. The movie is such a way to reflect on the true Nigerian Heroes that saved the world. Among others, the movie stars’ people like Bimbo Akintaola, Somkele Iyamah, etc.
Please note that this list of top 10 Nigerian movies on Netflix is a subjective list by the authors of this website.