Namaste Wahala get plenty plenty wahala

Written by St. Namaste wahala is a Nollywood cross-racial dramatic comedy by director Hamisha Daryani Ahuja for Netflix. The story is pretty simple and familiar but interwoven with very timely questions that address sentimental biases. On one side of the…

Tanwa Savage: An Ode to Pain

by Adebayo Adegbite Geshin Salvador’s “Tanwa Savage” is the story of a celebrity, Jolaoluwa Savage (Uzor Arukwe), who, after years of a childless marriage, becomes desperate in his search of his first child, the titular “Tanwa Savage”. However, he gets…

A DIRECTOR’S LOVE AFFAIR WITH THE CITY OF IBADAN: SWEET OR SOUR?

“In Ibadan” is a director’s film, meaning it tells you more about the director than anything else. The director has fumbled through a couple of shorts- some of which I’ve seen- finding his voice on the way, but on this…

DO YOU LOVE FUNKE AKINDELE’S OMO GHETTO: THE SAGA? READ THIS

Notice the title above says Funke Akindele’s Omo Ghetto even if it was directed by Abdulrasheed Bello (JJC) and Funke Akindele. I am not trying to stir gbege (trouble) in their union but it is what it is. JJC is…

DOD takes a stab at reinterpreting the Nigerian Dream

What if you could change your destiny by going back in time? Altering the very fabric of reality as you know it to instantly satisfy your deepest cravings for riches and luxury? This seeming Afrofuturistic interpretation of the Nigerian Dream…