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These Nollywood movies are debuting in cinemas or streaming this April

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April offers an abundance of streaming and big-screen Nollywood films, catering to all tastes be it drama, thriller, or romance.

April offers an abundance of streaming and big-screen Nollywood films, catering to all tastes with something for everyone, be it drama, thriller, or romance.

These are some thrilling Nollywood films to catch in April.

Kill Boro (2024)

Synopsis: This film follows a father drowning in debt and his desperate child kid as they struggle for survival. “Kill Boro” is a compelling story that tackles the themes of family, survival, sacrifice, and the unwavering hope of forgiveness. It is set in the little hamlet of Azuama along a river.

Director: Courage Obayuwana.

Cast: Blessing Oreva Uzero, Michael Dappa, Philip Asaya, Brutus Richard, and Gregory Ojefua

Where to watch: Prime Video

Head Over Bills (2022)

Synopsis: To win their mother’s approval, three spoiled and affluent sisters seek love, and lose it, to find themselves again in this drama.

Director: Dabby Chimerefilm

Cast: Bimbo Ademoye, Emeka Nwagbaraocha, Alex Cross, Ego Nwosu, and Shaffy Bello.

Where to watch: Prime Video

Ambivalent (2024)

Synopsis: The central theme of Ambivalent is the difficulties a woman faces when she marries a workaholic spouse. This leads to a moving examination of relationships and the temptations that result from neglect.

Director: Ekene Som Mekwunye

Cast: Gabriel Afolayan, Derby Frankson, Anita O. James, Mercy Mordom, and Aeries Umusu

Where to watch: Prime Video

Àjosepò (2024)

Synopsis: The lives of Dapo and Tani, a young couple getting ready for marriage, are explored in this movie. The celebrations in the opulent hotel quickly turn to chaos as long-kept secrets, animosities within the family, and shocking discoveries pose a threat to their disintegration.

Director: Kayode Kasum

Cast: Ronke Oshodi Oke, Mike Afolarin, Timini Egbuson, Tomike Adeoye, and Kanaga Jr.

Where to watch: Cinema

Saving Onome (2024)

Synopsis: Saving Onome can be the ideal pick if you’re inclined to motivational tales.

It chronicles the struggle of two loving parents with a chronically ill daughter, Onome. Saving Onome delves into the depths of love and the remarkable lengths people would go to to save the people they care about, with a life-saving surgery on the line and time running out.

Director: Dimeji Ajibola

Cast: Nancy Isime, Keppy Ekpenyong, Olumide Oworu, Nancy Isime, Ashionye Michelle, and Femi Jacobs

Where to watch: Cinema

Blacksmith: Alagbede (2024)

Synopsis: This film explores the world of customs and artistry while dealing with the anxieties, pressures, and hustles of a neighbourhood blacksmith who is driven to succeed.

Director: Usman “Blackky” Ogunlade,

Cast: Rose Odika, Eniola Ajao, Debo Adedayo, Fathia Balogun Williams, and Jaiye Kuti

Where to watch: Cinema

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