The Movie A Tribe Called Judah sets records of gross of 55% as holiday rush dwindles

The Movie A Tribe Called Judah sets records of gross of 55% as holiday rush dwindles

A Tribe Called Judah sees a 55% decline in box office revenue as the holiday surge wanes.

Malaika, Ada Omo Daddy, and A Tribe Called Judah are still at the top of the Nigerian box office rankings.

Following the conclusion of the holiday season, there was a noticeable decline in the number of Nollywood films showing at the local theaters.

Between January 12, 2024, and January 18, 2024, the box office success of the record-breaking film A Tribe Called. Judah dropped by 55%, according to the Cinemas Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN) according to the figures, the comedy-drama. Made ₦84.6 million, a significantly smaller amount than it did even the previous week.

The Funke Akindele-produced film, with a total of ₦1,320,874,174, has remained at the top of the ranking despite this. Shift, making it the most-watched Nigerian cinematic film for a fifth consecutive time.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom follows, having likewise seen a 48% decline this week with a seven-day gross of. ₦37 9 million, the Hollywood film is almost at ₦500 million, for a total of ₦479,984,118.

With a seven-day gross of ₦24.5 million, Toyin Abraham’s film Malaika, which leaked into the pirate market, managed to hold. The third position on the charts this week. After four weeks in Nigerian theaters, the family drama has brought in a total of ₦272,353,324 so far.

Ada Omo Daddy by Mercy Aigbe, which has a total gross of ₦200,834,172 and a seven-day gross of ₦14.7 million, comes in fourth place.

As the battle against unauthorized dubbing of motion picture content rages on, A Tribe Called Judah and Malaika continue to receive international distribution.

Jedidah was everything to the kids, despite their imperfections, until her health failed from consuming spirit drinks that were bundled in sachets.

Her children need to find a means to raise N18 million for her surgery and N400,000 a week for dialysis. Because she got kidney disease this is happening at the wrong time since, despite his best efforts and diligence, Emeka. Recently lost his job while taking care of his mother’s health.


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