6 Nigerian Movies Coming Out In June 2024

ByMayowa Akintoye4 Min Read

In June 2024, the Nigerian film industry, also known as Nollywood, has packed a ton of blockbusters, including drama, romance, and thrillers, for you to enjoy on your screen. About 6 Nigerian movies are coming out this June 2024.

Offshoot and Higher Crime are two exciting films you should watch and appreciate if you enjoy crime-based films.

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Just note the date in your calendar for the exciting Nigerian Nollywood movies you want to see this June at the start of the new month, June.

1. Oloture: The Journey (June 28, 2024)

Synopsis: Oloture follows the undercover travels of a fearless young journalist exploring the dangerous regions of Libya, Niger, and Benin. Her search for a way out takes her to the Mediterranean, demonstrating her bravery and tenacity in the face of danger.

Director: Kenneth Gyang

Language: English

Cast: Adebukola Oladipupo, Amarachukwu Onoh, Patrick Doyle, Omoni Oboli, Ikechukwu Onunaku, Wofai Fada, Daniel Etim Effiong, Stan Nze, Bucci Franklin, Sharon Ooja, and Beverly Osu.

Where to watch: Netflix

2. Lakatabu: The monster (June 21, 2024)

Synopsis: The people present scramble for protection when Lakatabu walks into a room.

Director: Odunlade Adekola

Language: Yoruba

Cast: Eniola Ajao, Aderinoye Babatunde, Yomi Fash-Lanso, Mr Latin, Tope ‘Teddy A’ Adenibuyan, Bolanle Ninalowo, Adunni Ade, Akin Lewis, Adebayo ‘Oga Bello’ Salami, Ibra

him Chatta, Lateef Adedimeji, Broda Shaggi, Femi Adebayo, Odunlade Adekola (Lakatabu), and Tina Mba.

Where to watch: Cinema

3. Deafening Silence (June 7, 2024)

Synopsis: Jane Douglas promotes hope and healing in the middle of adversity by fighting for change with a committed team.

Director: Biodun Stephen

Language: English

Cast: Blessing Onukwe, Thelma Chinwe, Ekamma Etim Inyang, Kate Hensaw-Nuttal, Susan Peters, Debby Felix, Vivian Gabriel, Daniel Etim Effiong, Femi Jacobs, and Bimbo Akintola.

Where to watch: Cinema

4. Offshoot (June 14, 2024)

Synopsis: A story of bravery, struggle, and selflessness in the name of protection and fit for purpose.

Director: Ayeny T. Steve

Language: English

Cast: Vera Ephraim, Tomiwa ‘Sage’ Kukoyi, David Jones David, Gregory Ojefua, Ibrahim Suleiman, Kelechi Udegbe, Kehinde Bankole, and Bimbo Manuel.

Where to watch: Cinema

5. Muri & Ko (June 12, 2024)

Synopsis: A minor thief named Muri unintentionally steals a car from a famous person while Cole, the boy’s eight-year-old son, is in the backseat. Through a series of hilarious mishaps, his mission to sell the automobile while keeping Cole safe takes him on, and the two end up developing an unexpected relationship.

Director: Biodun Stephen

Language: English

Cast: Fiyinfoluwa Asenuga, Adediwura BlarkGold, Gloria Anozie-Young, Charles Okocha, Bukunmi ‘Kie Kie’ Adeaga-Ilori, Femi Jacobs, Emem Ufot, Kunle Remi, Bucci Franklin, and Bisola Aiyeola.

Where to watch: Cinema

6. Higher Crime

Synopsis: In Higher Crime, Enwongoabasi Ibom portrays Tife, a well-known blogger who bravely exposes the horrific reality of a woman’s sexual assault. A heated legal battle with Jeffrey, a well-known benefactor played by Femi Branch, results from this finding.

Director: Uduakobong Patrick

Language: English

Cast: Bimbo Akintola, Femi Branch, Ekpeinyong Bassey Inyang, and others.

Where to watch: Cinema

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Akintoye Mayowa is an adept writer with more than 5 years of prolific experience in writing articles ranging from entertainment, fashion, and movie reviews. He loves writing, listening to music, and watching movies. He is a highly-skilled, enthusiastic, selfmotivated professional writer.
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