MultiChoice Nigeria, Africa’s leading entertainment provider, today announced that selected DStv subscribers can now rent “Code Wilo”, the Nollywood political thriller at no charge on BoxOffice by DStv.
Code Wilo tells the story of Nimi Thompson, an aspiring politician who gets a rude awakening when she’s forced to fight for more than the right to save her people. Nimi Thompson is kidnapped during a Pre-Campaign party and after a call from her abductors, it quickly becomes clear to her father—Livinus Thompson that the motive is more personal than just money.
It portrays themes like pre-election violence, politics, and the horrors caused by the powers that be in certain areas of South-South pre-1999 democracy.
“Our focus at Cut24 Productions has always been to make excellent films and stories that reflect our contemporary trends and current affairs. Our previous films, GIDI BLUES, THE EVE, 4TH ESTATE and MISSING PAGES have proven our commitment to entertaining and provocative cinema. Our new film “CODE WILO” is an exciting political thriller premised on an impending emergence of the first female State Governor in Nigeria. It’s a film carefully crafted to deliver suspense, entertainment, star-power, amazing performances and reflections that we hope enhances public conversations about women empowerment in our politics. We are very proud of the film and the incredibly talented duo of Producer Hauwa Allahbura and Director Mike-Steve Adeleye, who have assembled some of Nigeria’s best performers to deliver a powerful work of cinema excellence”, says Executive Producer and Academy Director of the MultiChoice Talent Factory, Femi Odugbemi
Nigeria’s leading financial institution, Heritage Bank, in partnership with BoxOffice by DStv is set to give 10,000 DStv subscribers a free movie credit in their BoxOffice accounts to rent and enjoy ‘Code Wilo’ at no extra charge.
Spokesperson of the Bank says- “since inception as a Bank, we attach a lot of importance to manifesting the tangible value embedded in the business of creative works. We’re at the forefront of the mission to uplift the pride of the average Nigerian in his ability to create exceptional value from their skill and talent, further promoting the true essence of entrepreneurship especially among a younger demographic – amidst a backdrop of culture and the authentic Nigerian narrative.
Code Wilo represents for us an expression of Nigeria’s rich story, and a heritage of fantastic storytellers. The movie also gives the bank immense pride in the decision to take a keen interest in the dynamics of the creative industry.”
‘Code Wilo’ features cast like Eucharia Anunobi, Bikiya Graham-Douglas, Daniel Effiong, Yaw, Gabriel Afolayan, Zack Orji, Alex Usifo among others and produced by Hauwa Allahbura.