Monday, 11 June 2012


iROKOtv Hits Half A Million Subscribers!!…
If my sources are correct,( and if what I see on their Facebook wall is to be believed), then iROKOtv, the premium website for Nollywood entertainment on the web is about to hit the 500,000mark in just 6months of the launch of the website!!, that’s an incredible feat, even Netflix cannot boast of this kind of incredible growth, and they had better startup indices than iROKOtv!!..
It seems to be getting better for the iROKOtv brand, as the buzz about the website is increasing, and my friends in Antigua, Jamaica, Barbados and many countries have turned to iROKOtv as their source of online entertainment, ravenously gobbling down every movie that they put online for our viewing pleasure.
The special thing about iROKOtv is that it’s a very simple idea that was turned into a mega model by Jason Njoku and his technocrats, who have turned our love(myself included) for Nollywood movies into something that not only serves to promote the African brand to the world, but to also bring Nigerians in the diaspora closer to home.
They have just launched their classic week with three beautiful classic movies that really held our gaze during their time on the spotlight.
The very best of Regina Askia, Segun Arinze, Ramsey Nouah, Chico Ejiro…..
Pam Pam (1997)
Director: Chico Ejiro
Two paupers continually come up with crafty and phony ideas towards becoming rich and successful. Despite the risks, they take on different daring ventures. Nkem Owoh, Okey Bakasi, Charly Boy Oputa. (1997)
Most Wanted (1998)
Director: Tunji Bamishigbin
After a homeless psychic is offered shelter by a group of ladies, they use her metaphysical powers to satisfy their selfish ambitions. They succeed for a short while, till they stopped listening to the psychic’s counsel. Regina Askia Williams, Ayo Adesanya, Antar Laniyan (1998).
Queen of the Night (2000)
Director: Chico Ejiro
After their father’s murder, two sisters flee to a distant city and unwillingly settle for a life of criminality. They acquire skills needed to exert revenge on their father’s killers. Regina Askia Williams, Larry Koldsweat, Tricia Eseigbe (2000).

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