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Funke Akindele, the highest-grossing Nollywood director of all time, smashed box office records in the UK with her film A Tribe Called Judah, grossing £80,000 in just four weeks of streaming.

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The film made over one billion naira in revenue in Nigeria in the four weeks after its premiere. Film One gave Akindele credit for her ability to focus and big-ball.

“One and only Big Baller @funkejenifaakindele.Congratulations on your UK Numbers. We love a focused Queen”

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Gossipinfo reported that Funke Akindele took to social media to celebrate her film “A Tribe Called Judah” grossing a record-breaking N1 billion in cinemas.

FilmOne Entertainment, the filmmaker’s production partner on the movie, announced the milestone in a statement on Thursday, January 4, 2024.

Akindele is also the director of the second highest-grossing Nollywood film of all time, Battle on Buka Street (668 million), and the third highest-grossing Nollywood film of all time, Omo Ghetto: The Saga (636 million).

According to Moses Babatope, Group Deputy Managing Director of FilmHouse Group, the new milestone demonstrates that Nigerian film is in its golden moment.

“Funke Akindele’s A Tribe Called Judah reaching the one billion naira mark is an indication that despite the stiff competition from international streaming platforms, our local content continues to thrive, engaging audiences on a grand scale,” he said.

Taking to her verified Instagram page, the excited Funke Akindele wrote; “Thank you LORD!!! Thank you NIGERIA!! Thank you GHANA!!.”

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