Netflix’s latest Nollywood hit, “Ijogbon,” has soared to the top of the streaming giant’s list of most-watched films.
Currently, ‘OJOGBON’ secures the leading position on Netflix’s Top 10 List in various regions worldwide.
In Kenya for instance, it ranks at number 10 among the Most-watched films, which I was hoping Click Click Bang will hold – (Well, at least a spot in the top 10 but No.)
Ijogbon is the most watched film in Nigeria.
This raises the question of why “Click Click Bang” is now available on the platform.
Is there a lack of support for local content from Kenyans, or is there a discrepancy between the film’s publicity and its actual viewership?
Kenyan viewers preferred to watch K Drama Ballerina, thriller Fair Play, Anna Castillo’s Nowhere, Benicio Del Toro’s Reptile, Will Smith’s Gemini Man, and real classics like Tuxedo Man – and of course IJOGBON.
As avid Netflix viewers are well aware, the platform has been diversifying its offerings with a range of international titles, from popular K-dramas to acclaimed movies.
The spotlight now falls on the recently released Nollywood film, “Ijogbon,” currently available for streaming.
Set against the backdrop of a rural village in South-West Nigeria, the plot revolves around four teenagers who stumble upon a cache of uncut diamonds.
However, as word spreads about their valuable discovery, the group must navigate the treacherous path of evading those eager to claim the bounty.
The trailer (above) offers a glimpse into the lengths to which treasure seekers will go to retrieve the jewels and the harrowing journey the teens must undertake to safeguard their find.
The title, “Ijogbon,” translates to a state of turmoil or chaos, and the film undoubtedly lives up to its name.
This teen drama is perfect for those seeking suspense and a departure from the ordinary.