Top Nollywood movies currently showing at the cinemas

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    Omoni Oboli and Alexx Ekubo on a cinema tour of the movie, The First Lady. Photo: Omoni Oboli/Instagram
    With top Hollywood movies including biopic of the N.W.A, Straight Outta Compton still in high demand at the cinemas, Nigerian movies are however not left out as they are also doing well at the moment. Here are the top 5 Nollywood movies currently showing in Nigerian cinemas.
    The Visit: Staring Nse Ikpe-Etim, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Femi Jacobs and Bayray McNwizu, The Visit tells the story of a junkie couple who becomes a thorn in the flesh of their conservative neighbors, played by Bayray and Femi.
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    The First Lady: Omoni Oboli’s First Lady is a hilarious movie which tells the story of prostitution and street life and the dreams of a call girl. It also stars Alexx Ekubo, Chinedu Ikedieze, Yvonne Jegede, Joseph Benjamin, Anthony Monjaro among others.
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    Shattered Romance: Juliet Ibrahim’s Shattered Romance had its Lagos premiere during the week and has since been getting positive reviews from cinemas revelers who have seen it. It stars Bryan Okwara, Sonia Ibrahim and Gbenro Ajibade.
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    Gbomo Gbomo Express: Star studded Gbomo Gbomo Express is centered on the kidnapping of record label boss, Austin Mba (Ramsey Nouah) and Cassandra (Osas Ighodaro), a beautiful socialite, after a celebratory night out at the club. The cast also include Nigerian rapper, Ikechukwu, Alexx Ekubo, Omoye Uzamere, Kenneth Okolie and Shaffy Bello.
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    Falling: The movie tells the story of a young couple whose love is put to test when the man goes into coma for several months after a terrible accident. It parades notable actors like Desmond Elliot, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Adesua Etomi, Tamara Eteimo, Oyekunle Oluwaremi, Kofi Adjorlolo among others.
    Falling Movie soundtrack by Nathaniel George:
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