LionHeart (2019)


Nollywood film by Genevive Nnaji explores the core values of family, love and strength of character upon which business can thrive in the face of failing systemic framework and a colossal financial difficulties.

Shrugging the intense ultimatum to pay back the loan obtained by her father, Adaeze (Genevive) demonstrated she grew up learning the ups and downs of her father’s #LionHeart transport business.

Two head they say is better than one….Hence the unwelcome choice of appointment given to her Uncle Godwin to head the family business inspite of her hands-on-skills in business analysis.

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The ineptitudness, bankcruptcy and systemic failure are prominiently traded as weapons by Pascal -an arch rival business mogul who colluded with the Head of Engineering staff to buy out the family business


Full of suspense.. “Reality…Beautiful display of Nigerian business opportunities, dificulties and as well a mutual cooperation to survive” –KBjOJO

I just watched it! Very good 👍
LionHeart is available on Netflix

Review by Lashley Oladigbolu, London

Lion Heart (2019)

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