The African Channel presents, Nollywood Nights kicking off with ‘One Last Word’, Nollywood Movie!

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The Africa Channel is the only place on UK television to watch FREE Nollywood movies.

BRAND NEW to The Africa Channel (Sky 209 and Virgin 289), One Last Word tells the story of a popular movie director torn between the three most important things to him the world; his career, his self-absorbed fiancé and his over protective mother. 

When he finds out the shocking news that his mother has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, Jide goes into overdrive and is forced to re-evaluate his entire life and current relationships. 

The film stars award-winning actor Majid Michel, supported by Nollywood favourites Eucharia Anunobi and Dabota Lawson

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About Nollywood Nights:

Nollywood Nights on The Africa Channel showcases the best films that Nollywood, the second largest film industry in the world, has to offer – delivering a selection of the highest quality programming and storylines. With monthly premieres of brand new titles, They bring a taste of the African continent to the UK, as the only place you can find Nollywood films free to watch on British television. 

They currently have a vast catalogue of popular movies showing on the channel such as: Apaye, The Visitors, Osuofia in London and Sinking Sands.

About The Africa Channel:

The Africa Channel is available to viewers across the UK and Ireland on Sky channel 209, and Virgin Media channel 289, 24 hours a day. We are a network inspired by Africa and dedicated to providing bold, high-quality programming including news, current affairs, documentaries (e.g. Africa Business Weekly, Sisters in Law, It’s Africa’s Time, Mandela, Ghana Black Gold), entertainment (e.g. Mary Mary, Cooking with Siba, Nigerian Idol), music (e.g. Soundcheck at Momo’s), drama (e.g. Jacob’s Cross, Scandal, Tinsel), comedy (e.g. Desmond’s) and films (e.g. The Athlete, Sinking Sands, Heart of Fire). This is both acquired programming and wholly owned productions, from or about Africa. 

The international network also has an extensive production arm, The Africa Channel Productions, with filming across the African continent, Europe and further afield. Recent titles have focused on factual history, culture and the arts with a wider slate of programming genres in development (e.g. African Masters, We Face Forward: The Ecobank Story).  For more information, visit us at: 


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