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Nollywood Movies and Series You Should See This March

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February gave us memorable romantic movies, but it’s time to move on. Here is a preview of new Nollywood movies and TV shows available in Nigeria this March.

Two Aishas

The Two Aishas is a 2023 film starring Rahama Sadau and Maryam Booth as the titular Aishas. They aren’t your typical friends, they share the same faith and social status but have diverse behaviors. They come to loggerheads when their husbands contest for the same gubernatorial seat. The Two Aishas will be available on Prime Video from March 1st.


Anikulapo: Rise of the Spectre is a spinoff series from Kunle Afolayan’s Anikulapo. The series picks up the event from where the movie left off, following the life of Saro and his wife.

Akala, the mysterious bird that resurrected Saro (Kunle Remi) in the first installment, is also back but not as friendly as the people would have liked. The six-part series will explore the themes of betrayal, revenge, and the fight for ultimate power. The series will premiere on Netflix on March 1st.


When a devoted wife helps her husband build a thriving art gallery, their seemingly perfect life is disrupted by a captivating woman. As she grapples with heartbreak and betrayal, she must also confront her insecurities and embark on a desperate quest for justice. It heads to cinemas, on the 8th of March, 2024.

Rush Hour

After her long-time boyfriend is thrust into a life of fame, Ronke is torn between a love she has always known and the life she has always wanted. Coming to Prime Video from March 1st.

Beast of Two Words (Ajakaju)

Eniola Ajao’s Beast of Two Worlds is about a desperate king facing banishment due to his three wives’ inability to produce a son, he takes a new wife from another world who promises him an heir but her arrival brings unforeseen chaos to the kingdom forcing the king to confront his fears and fight to secure his dynasty future. Coming to cinemas on March 29, 2024.

The Kuju’s Again

The sequel to the 2020’s Introducing The Kujus, The Kuju family is back again; this time they have gathered at a hotel resort for the traditional wedding of Mauyon and Lily; but things quickly take a turn for the worse when underlying tension meets unfortunate incidents as money as well as people go missing.

The sequel heads to Prime Video on March 22.


Kayode Kasum’s Afamefuna was one of our favourite movies last year. “Áfàméfùnà: The Nwa Boi Story is the first feature-length film on the Igbo apprenticeship system. This Nollywood movie portrays how it revitalized the community’s economy by allowing successful Igbo men to pass on their knowledge and blessings to apprentices, perpetuating the cycle of wealth creation.

The film heads to Netflix on March 29.

Different Stokes

Director Biodun Stephen heads to Prime Video with another 2023 film. This time, it’s Different Strokes, produced by Mosun Filani. The film follows the story of four friends who share one goal and an unwavering commitment to achieve it. However, they realize their aspiration requires more than just a shared goal. The film heads to Prime Video on March 29.


Isioma Osaje
’s directorial debut, Japa! Will premiere on Prime Video, on March 8.

The film follows Mezu, a disillusioned Teacher, whose attempts to relocate from Nigeria to the United States in search of greener pastures are obstructed by forces beyond his comprehension.

Starring JideKene Achufusi, Adesua Etomi Wellington, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Seun Ajayi, Layi Wasabi & Mofe Duncan.

Casa De Novia

Uyoyou Adia’s Casa De Novia, an Anthill production starring Taye Arimoro and Anee Icha, will premiere on Prime Video on March, 29.

Which of these Nollywood movies do you anticipate the most? Be sure to stay updated as we’ll add more Nollywood movies to this list.

5 responses to “Nollywood Movies and Series You Should See This March”
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