Nigeria: Mo Abudu's 'Chief Daddy' Makes Netflix

20 March 2019

Following the success of Fifty and The Wedding Party, Chief Daddy, the much anticipated EbonyLife Films production, is finally available on Netflix.

The Niyi Akinmolayan movie which is the third EbonyLife Films to be acquired by Netflix was the third highest grossing movie in Nollywood box office history and No. 1 Nollywood film of 2018.

To celebrate this feat, Funke Akindele, Ini Edo, Dakore Akande, Uti Nwachukwu, Kate Henshaw and many other top stars stepped out in dashing white outfits for a party at RSVP lounge, Victoria Island.

The Executive Producer, Mo Abudu expressed excitement that the African diaspora can finally gain access to Chief Daddy on Netflix.

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"We are extremely thrilled by this wonderful opportunity to bring another great movie to the global audience even while it continues its spectacular run at the cinema. We are pleased by the opportunity that this Netflix partnership provides to meet the huge interest in the diaspora community in Chief Daddy. Thank you Netflix for a partnership that continues to afford us the opportunity to tell our own unique stories in our own unique way; to bring joy and laughter to millions", she said.

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