With the popularity of Netflix in African countries, now we can watch our favorite African movies without visiting the cinemas.
However, there are very few African movies compared to foreign content on Netflix. As such, many Africans are forced to watch foreign content when they prefer to watch their own.
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Well, the wait is over. This February, you’re likely to enjoy some beautiful African movies on Netflix. Here, we give you a list of all the African movies you should expect on Netflix by 31st January, 2020. Perhaps, you may find yours there.
1.Sidechic Gang (Ghanaian movie)
From the camp of Old films production, Sidechic gang is a 2019 comic thriller which tells the story of how a group of women setup a spy agency to catch cheating husbands. The twist however comes when a man pays the ladies to spy on his wife. This film is definitely a must watch and it shall be available on Netflix from Friday, 31st January, 2020. The cast include Lydia Forson, Nana Ama Mcbrown, Akorfa Edjeani and Many others. The director is multiple award-winning director, Peter Sedufia.
It’s the 80s rail service system, and the train is the only means of transport from the outskirts. A couple – BOI (Adjetey Anang) and ATSWEI (Lydia Forson) is bent on delivering their first baby in Akete but misses their first train. A wrong decision finds them in the middle of nowhere. Will they make it on time for the delivery, or, risk losing the baby and mother?
This movie is an epic one which every African who desires pure authentic African cinematography should watch.
3. The Ghost And The Tout (Nigeria)
The Ghost and the Tout also known as Ghost and the Tout is a 2018 Nigerian ghost film written and directed by Charles Uwagbai. The film stars Sambasa Nzeribe, Toyin Abraham, Rachael Okonkwo and Omowumi Dada in the lead roles. The film had its theatrical release in Nigeria on 11 May 2018 and received positive reviews from the critics.
The plot of the film revolves around a young woman from the ghetto who is called Isila (Toyin Abraham) and encounters a ghost called Mike (Sambasa Nzeribe) in need of her assistance to communicate with the people he left behind. At the ghost’s request, she becomes tangled and puzzled in solving a murder mystery and her life takes an interesting turn. Only she knows and understand what would happen in the future.
Kasala ( Nigeria)
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.
This is another Nigerian beautiful act of a movie. You should check it out.
An unemployed graduate decides to leave his hometown in search of better opportunities. However, when things don’t turn out the way he expected them to, he has to make some tough decisions.