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Funke Akindele’s “A Tribe Called Judah” Makes Nollywood History with N1 Billion Gross

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In yet another milestone for the Nollywood queen, Funke Akindele’s movie “A Tribe Called Judah” has secured its place in history by becoming the first Nollywood film to gross an impressive N1 billion. The achievement solidifies Akindele’s position as a powerhouse in the Nigerian entertainment industry.

This success adds to Akindele’s growing list of top-grossing films, as she now boasts the production of the top three highest-grossing Nollywood movies:

1. *A Tribe Called Judah Battle* – ₦1 billion ($1.1 million)
2. *Battle on Buka Street* – ₦668 million ($732,000)
3. *Omo Ghetto: The Saga* – ₦636 million ($697,000)

Funke Akindele’s continuous success not only highlights her prowess as a filmmaker but also reinforces her significant impact on the Nigerian film landscape. As the entertainment industry evolves, Akindele remains a trailblazer, setting records and pushing boundaries. The achievement of “A Tribe Called Judah” signals a new era for Nollywood, and fans eagerly anticipate what Akindele has in store for the future.


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