From ‘King Of Boys’ To ‘Chief Daddy’, What Has Been The Best Nigerian Film Of 2018?

While 2017 wasn't a particularly great year for Nollywood — it failed to rise to the standards set in 2016 — we still got a few impressive releases, with standouts being Banana Island Ghost and Ojukokoro. So, we came into 2018 with our fingers crossed, and we've been pleasantly surprised.

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This year, we've witnessed a paradigm shift, as more genres got a chance to shine — from the faith-based drama, God Calling to Dare Olaitan's impressive sophomore outing, Knock Out Blessing. We also had films like Kemi Adetiba's King Of Boys breaking some incredible records

So, as the year comes to a close, we'd like to know which 2018 film was your absolute favourite. From Genevieve Nnaji's Netflix-bound directorial debut, Lionheart, to EbonyLife's heartwarming rom-com, Royal Hibiscus Hotel, help us decide which Nollywood film reigned supreme.

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