Nollywood (Nigerian) Movies on Netflix

Netflix is increasingly becoming host to a number of Nollywood movies. We list some of the best Nigerian movies available on Netflix as of February 2020.

Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons (2018)

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Runtime: 1h 46min
  • Age Rating: 18
  • Director: Toka Mcbaror

Four promiscuous businessmen must scheme to save the poor people of a village after a corrupt politician challenges them.

King of Boys

  • Genre: Drama
  • Runtime: 2h 49min
  • Age Rating: 18
  • Director: Kemi Adetiba

The story of Alhaja Eniola Salami, a businesswoman and philanthropist with a checkered past and a promising political future. As her political ambitions see her outgrowing the underworld connections responsible for her considerable wealth, she’s drawn into a power struggle that threatens everything she holds dear.

Seven and a Half Dates

  • Genre: Drama
  • Runtime: 2h 49min
  • Age Rating: 18
  • Director: Kemi Adetiba

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.


  • The Bridge: A Yoruba prince and a young lady from a prominent Igbo family face tribal prejudice and parental pressure when they secretly wed.
  • The Bling Lagosians: With a matriarch bent on having a lavish 51st birthday party, her family’s debt is on the verge of exposure, threatening their business — and legacy.
  • The Wedding Party 2 – Destination Dubai: In this sequel to the 2016 hit “The Wedding Party,” a couple’s date night ends in an accidental proposal, sparking a series of chaotic family events.
  • Lagos Real Fake Life: Two mooching friends vie for the attention of wealthy, beautiful women only to discover that their lavish lifestyles are bogus.
  • Up North: A pampered heir must complete a year of service work to inherit his dad’s assets but unearths new goals when he’s placed in an unfamiliar region.
  • Chief Daddy: When a wealthy patriarch unexpectedly drops dead, his money-crazed family, friends and staff scramble for his billionaire fortune.
  • Isoken: Single at 34, Isoken is manoeuvred by her mother toward a relationship with a black entrepreneur but finds herself drawn to a white photojournalist.
  • Phone Swap: A fashion designer and an arrogant businessman reluctantly try to help each other after accidentally swapping phones in the airport.
  • Potato Potahto: A divorced couple decides to continue sharing a home but their already-delicate cohabiting scheme unravels when they begin dating other people.
  • Moms at War: Two fierce mothers become rivals when a school contest forces their kids, both model students, to compete against one another to be the best in class.
  • The Wife & I: When a couple leaning toward divorce meets with a pastor for counselling, an unexpected development shakes up their marriage.
  • Payday: 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.
  • Okafor’s Law: An unapologetic lothario sets out to seduce three ex-flames — but gets an unexpected education in love along the way.
  • LionHeart: When her father falls ill, Adaeze steps up to run the family business — alongside her uncle — and prove herself in a male-dominated world.
  • Celebrity Marriage: A successful actress with an abusive husband confides in friends who have troubling relationship issues of their own.
  • Mokalik: A young boy’s life shifts when he’s sent to work at a mechanic’s shop far from his suburban home until an opportunity forces him to make a tough choice.
  • Zero Hour: After his father passes, the heir to a retail empire returns to take over the family business but faces a controversy involving laundering and murder.
  • In My Country: A teacher turns to a dubious man to raise money for her daughter’s life-saving surgery, a crisis that is unexpectedly catapulted to a national stage.
  • The Accidental Spy: Nursing a broken heart, an IT specialist moves to London to audition for a reality TV show that unexpectedly turns into a real-life cartel drama.
  • Banana Island Ghost
  • Road To Yesterday
  • The First Lady
  • A Trip to Jamaica
  • Wives on Strike
  • Lost in London
  • Crazy, Lovely, Cool
  • The Vendor
  • Sons of the Caliphate
  • The CEO
  • Being Mrs Elliot
  • Crazy People
  • Hakkúndè
  • Iyore
  • Wives on Strike
  • Castle & Castle
  • The Ghost and the Tout
  • Tatu
  • The Figurine

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Oluniyi D. Ajao
Oluniyi D. Ajao is an Internet Entrepreneur and Tech Enthusiast based in South Africa. Follow him on twitter @niyyie for more tech updates.

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