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Movie lovers believe Kujus movie will do well in the Nigerian market

By TVC News Nigeria
30 November 2020   |   3:19 pm
Fans of Nollywood movies are in for a fascinating trip to the historic town of Badagry, Lagos, through the eyes of The Kuju siblings in TMPL Motion Pictures first cinema release, Introducing The Kujus (ITK). The blockbuster movie, which is distributed by FilmOne goes to the theatres across Nigeria from Friday, November 27. ITK is one of the latest flicks expected to bring back the sparks and excitement to Nigerian cinema after the long COVID-19 induced industry shutdown.

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