Funke Akindele’s Omo Ghetto Now Highest Nollywood Earning Movie

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The saga movie, Funke Akindele-Omo Bello’s Ghetto, has now been named the highest-grossing Nollywood movie of all time, shattering a four-year record officially held by The Wedding Party, Kemi Adetiba’s film.

Omo Ghetto The Saga has so far grossed N468,036,300 in a statement released by the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria, after keeping the number one spot for the third week in a row.

“Omo Ghetto’ has officially broken a four years record by knocking off Kemi Adetiba’s 2016 Comedy movie, The Wedding Party.

The movie had been Nollywood Highest Grossing Movie with N453,000,000, in the third place is, The Wedding Party 2 with N433,197,377,” the statement said.

NAN reports that the Akindele-Bellos’ latest feat is probably the most shocking news in recent times, as it comes amidst the coronavirus pandemic that crippled the film industry for months.

Omo Ghetto The Saga was released on Christmas day 2020 and is a sequel to 2010 ‘Omo Ghetto’, which follows the chaotic life of Shalewa aka Lefty (Funke Akindele)

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Lefty (Funke Akindele) struggled between living a life of wealth and comfort provided by her adopted mother or returning to her ghetto lifestyle.

The comedy film stars Funke Akindele in the dual role of Ayomide and Lefty, Tina Mba, Adebayo Salami aka Oga Bello, Chioma Akpotha, Bimbo Thomas.

Other were Eniola Badmus, Deyemi Okanlawon, Zubby Michael, Mercy Aigbe, Timini Egbuson, Alex Ekubo among others.

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