“Omo Ghetto: The Saga” Review: Saga is an attractive tribute to gangsterism that warms up

In a moment, I will share a real-life incident that is somewhat similar to the current topic, Omo Ghetto: The Saga. So most of the time, I have a friend enjoying a rich and luxurious life, and suddenly his father dies unnaturally in the middle of school. Her mother worked at least 18 hours to earn a steady income. Fortunately, her mother also worked, but her income was not enough to cover the expenses of her two children.

At first, my friend didn’t have a financial crisis:

Because her mother never made her feel that way. As time went on, he moved up to high school. He didn’t want to burden his mother with his expenses. The film “Omo Ghetto: The Saga” also tells about the protagonist’s difficult phase.

Nollywood’s Omo Geta-Sagata is Nollywood’s highest-grossing film of all time and recently broke a four-year live record at Kemi Adetiba’s “Wedding Party” on January 26, 2021.

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Tina Mba, Femi Jacob, Deemi Okanlavon, Timini Egbuson, Zabi Mikhail, Alex Ekubo, Mercy Aigbe, Aka Nnani and Nancy Izime, Funke Akindel-Bello, Adebayo Salami, Eniola Badmus, Bimbo Tomas, Bimbo Tomas directed by Funke Akindele himself and JJC Skillz. The film was initially released on December 25, 2020.

To be precise, I want to ask you one question: have you ever been in your life before? Whether you’re trying to make ends meet, getting used to the community. Or even trying to get good grades in school. Each of us has seen struggles in our lives. Omo Ghettos: This story shows how our main character Lefty (played by Funke Akindel) fights in his transition period.

For those who don’t know what a ghetto means or a ghetto way of life.

A ghetto is a small part of a city inhabited by a minority community. Minorities based on income, religion, law, society, economy, etc. Living in Das Ghetto is quite disturbing because people struggle to meet their needs. From getting used to her mother’s luxurious and decadent life to returning to life in the ghetto.

Unlike Lefty, also known as Shalewa, his twin brother. Ayomid is not used to luxury or comfort. Because he is aloof as a child. However, when Lefty returns to his life in the ghetto, the twins reunite, and then problems begin to arise in their lives. It’s really commendable to see how they react, solve and create big problems. Congratulations to Funke Akindel for reprising his dual role alongside his director and producer roles. She is a hard-working woman.

This 2020 film about Nollywood is critically acclaimed and meets. All the standards in the Nollywood industry. Provides life lessons that include working hard, cultivating family relationships, and ensuring the best career choices even when you are struggling. Especially when choosing a career, which must adjust to our interests, hobbies, and goals.

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The record-breaking film became a major box office hit, surpassing “The Fate of Alakada” as the highest-grossing Nigerian film of 2020. On January 26, 2021, when it grossed 468 million yen at the box office, it surpassed 2016’s The Wedding. Party Record became the most successful film of all time in the Nollywood film industry.

Our final appeal to the audience is that they have to stream it. This film is worth seeing and inspiring at the same time. The film is releasing on Netflix on September 10, 2021, and for those already subscribed. This is the icing, and for those who want to watch the film, everyone should subscribe to Netflix.