Mofe ni Mofe: A Romantic Drama with a Dark Comedic Twist.

by Osamudiamen Joseph In the opening scene of the movie, the main character, Mofe (played by a perfectly cast Lateef Adedimeji) is on a call with his wife-to-be. It is their wedding day and he is ready to go, decked…

INFLUENCE: A DOCUMENTARY ABOUT THE BUSINESS OF WAR

by Adebayo Adegbite Influence employs the Bell Pottinger scandal as a conduit to discuss the role of Public relations, Advertisement and Influencer Marketing in war. It chronicles the rise and fall of one of the biggest Public Relations Firms in…

KING OF BOYS: THE RETURN OF THE KING, EPISODE 7 “A HANDOVER RITUAL” REVIEW

by Eke Kalu Nearly 6 hours of Netflix’s first Nigerian Original series and it feels like Sorkin on steroids. There’s a lot of talking, chest-thumping, wise-cracking, and some more talking but it never really feels like anything is happening. One…

KING OF BOYS: THE RETURN OF THE KING, EPISODE 6 “TROUBLE SLEEP” REVIEW

by Mr. X Born in the 90’s, I have witnessed a few Nigerian electoral tensions; the political parley of the cunning, the noble and the half-witted all gunning for power. Not to mention the carnivalesque rallies, the lofty promises, the…

KING OF BOYS: THE RETURN OF THE KING EPISODE 5 “WALLS CLOSING IN” REVIEW

by Osamudiamen Joseph This episode opens on a conversation between Dapo Banjo and Mr. Nurudeen Gobir. The journalist had reached out to the newly appointed head of the NCCC in a bid to get some information from him about Eniola…