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Raise your hand if you’re this lockdown has caused you to reach a new level of boredom. I understand, and that’s why I’ve pit together a list of Nigerian movies to watch on Netflix. It is quite exciting that more and more Nigerian movies are making their way unto Netflix. There are so many Nigerian movies on the streaming platform right now, I can’t even begin to count. That’s why I’ll be updating this list every week. So that you don’t miss out on any of our amazing Nigerian content.

But first of all, let’s start with six Nigerian movies you didn’t know were on Netflix.

Check the list out below:

Seven And A Half Dates

The movie stars Mercy Johnson, Jim Iyke, Akin Lewis, Sola Sobowale, Toyin Abraham, Fathia Williams, Bayray McNwizu. A young woman, engrossed in her career, reluctantly yields to her father’s plan to set her up on 10 dates to find a suitable husband.



After an expensive night out, two flatmates get tangled in an overnight misadventure to recover their rent money to pay their dead landlord’s daughter.

Couple Of Days

Three couples, each in different phases of romance, head to Ibadan for a fun and frisky holiday. But secrets soon start to spill, causing trouble in paradise.


KASALA is a movie about a day in the life of four young men who try to find a solution to a problem within 5 hours by exploring every avenue known to them. Tunji, a fast-talking teenager borrows his no-nonsense Uncle’s vehicle and gets his friends, Chikodi, Effiong & Abraham to join him on a Joyride around the neighborhood. Things, however, go wrong when they crash the vehicle.

Wives On Strike: The Revolution

Market women in Nigeria refuse to sleep with their husbands until they stand up and oppose domestic violence after one woman is beaten to death by her husband.


Five of the top members of a company are sent to a retreat and told one of them will become the new CEO. The cordial atmosphere quickly turns into a competition to see who can outdo all the others.

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