Living in ‘Bondage,’ ‘Black Market,’ Others Listed As Nollywood’s Most Streamed Movies On Airtel TV Platform

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Five Nigeria movies – Living in Bondage, Black Market, Trip to Jamaica, Dear Affy and Kpali respectively have been rated as Nollywood’s most streamed movies on Airtel TV platform.

 

This disclosure came after subscribers of the telco platform had received the various mentioned content with explainable views and ratings.

 

Directed by veteran actor, Ramsey Noah, the drama thriller was a sequel to the 1990’s blockbuster ‘Living in Bondage’ with a riveting plot and an ensemble cast, including Kanayo O. Kanayo, Kenneth Okonkwo and Enyinna Nwigwe among others.

 

Produced and directed by Ugochukwu Favour-Mayor, Black Market gave a run as one of Nigeria’s indigenous epic content, as it came with an indication that good movies still come from the East – the home of Nollywood. Starring Yul Edochie, Zulu Adigwe, Rita Edochie amongst others.

 

Also on the list – Sam Olatunji’s Dear Affy, Kpali and Ayo Makun’s A Trip To Jamaica.

 

Speaking on this development, Dinesh Balsingh, Chief Commercial Officer, Airtel Nigeria, said the telco would always go the extra mile to deliver top-notch and quality content for telecommunications consumers on the TV platform.

 

“Airtel is revolutionising the television viewing experience for all its customers.

 

“With Airtel TV, we bring the best shows, movies and live television to our customers, engaging them with premium content as well as bringing happiness and laughter to everyone regardless of location, entry fee and income level,’’ Balsingh said.

 

Customers of the telco had thousands of other Nollywood and Hollywood blockbusters to choose from on the Airtel TV app at no subscription cost.

 

According to previous statement, customers could also enjoy data-free access to movies on the app for the first seven days after download.

 

It said that to enjoy Airtel TV, customers could download the app on Google play store and Apple store then, launch and click register.

 

 

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