Four weeks after the release of the Black Panther sequel, Nigeria has produced its own version of the game-changing movie.
Nigeria, Africa’s largest economy, is also a cultural powerhouse that boasts the continent’s biggest film industry, known as Nollywood. Lagos is the country’s filmmaking hub.
Just two days ago, Nollywood’s Wakanda Forever was released.
The Nigerian version of Wakanda Forever 1&2 is set in a village in Nigeria and weaves traditional storytelling with juju/voodoo and comedic special effects to explore family and lineage in an African society.
It has already garnered thousands of views on YouTube, winning the attention of a global audience desperate to connect with the African continent.
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