Happy Easter!


Happy Easter to everyone celebrating this sacred day, even during these tough times. It celebrates the defeat of death and the hope of salvation. 

Here are some Nigerian movies you could watch this holiday; 

The Therapist

The movie stars Rita Dominic alongside, Chidi Mokeme, Anthony Monjaro, Michelle Dede, Saeed Balogun, Tope Tedela, Shaffy Bello, amongst others.

Set in modern-day Nigeria, the plot centres around Eloho Odafe who loses everything in a divorce to her abusive ex-husband. Reduced to a penniless and desperate woman, Eloho decides to help unhappy women seeking to divorce their abusive and unfaithful husbands.

The Razz Guy 

The film stars Nancy Isime, Lasisi Elenu, Broda Shaggi, MC Lively, Omotunde Adebowale-David (Lolo), Bucci Franklin, Olayemi Solade, Ireti Doyle, Norbert Young, Tina Mba, Ibrahim Suleiman, among others.

“When international business manager merger is assigned to a rude and condescending senior executive, a curse that affects his ability to speak properly is cast on him by an office cleaner. Will he overcome the curse and secure the deal or would he have to accept that being razz is not such a bad thing.”

La femme Anjola 

The movie stars Rita Dominic, Nonso Bassey, Femi Jacobs, Mumbi Maina, Chris Iheuwa amongst others. 

“A young male stockbroker’s life is turned upside down when he falls for a femme fatale married to a wealthy gangster.”

The Prophetess 

This film also stars Toyin Abraham, Kunle Remi, Adedimeji Lateef, Kehinde Bankole, Stan Nze, and Uzor Arukwe among others.

“Ajoke, a local Prophetess makes a bogus prediction about a football match which sets off a chain of events in the community beyond her control. With her life in danger, she enlists the help of her twin sister to save her.”

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