The Beekeeper overtakes Funke Akindele’s latest Movie of the Tribe Called Judah in the box Office.

The Beekeeper overtakes Funke Akindele's latest Movie of the Tribe Called Judah in the box Office.

‘The Beekeeper’ surpasses Akindele’s ‘A Tribe Called Judah’ at the box office

In addition this week, the biggest grossing movie in Nigeria is the Hollywood production.

The top rank at the Nigerian box office has been lost by Funke Akindele’s record-breaking feature-length film A Tribe Called Judah.

The comedy-drama, which debuted on December 16, 2023, topped Nigeria’s box office rankings for seven weeks however, its reign. is over when The Beekeeper, a Hollywood action thriller, takes the top spot with a seven-day total of ₦48,966,985. Making it the most watched film in Nigerian theaters for the week starting on January 26 and ending on February 1, 2024.

Moreover the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN) recently released a report stating that A Tribe Called Judah had made. ₦20 3 million in its first seven days of sales, placing it in second place on the rankings with this. The total to date is ₦1,384,315,042.

Meeting Funmi’s Parents, a recently released Nollywood film, comes in third with ₦14,882,863 the narrative, which was written and directed. By Kevin Apaa, centers on Omowunmi Dada’s character Funmi and her trip home to see her parents in Nigeria after. Meeting her fiancé in the United States (Ramon Thomson) Funmi’s father, however, is against their relationship and desire to settle. Down.

Malaika and Ada Omo Daddy have also fallen in the rankings due to a gross income loss of more than. 60% with a seven-day total of ₦6 5 million, the former by Toyin Abraham is in sixth place, and. The latter by Mercy Aigbe is not far behind with ₦3.8 million.

A Tribe Called Judah has lost its position as the most watched cinematic film in Nigeria for the week of. January 26–February 1, 2024, to the Hollywood action thriller.

A Tribe Called Judah has a seven-day total of ₦20.3 million during the same period, placing it second on the rankings, according to a recent report by the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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