The fate of Alakada is the third installment Of Toyin Abraham’s Alakada franchise also has been initially slated for release in cinemas on April 12th, 2020. But it had to be suspended because of the lockdown necessitated by the COVID19 pandemic. Following the simplicity of the lockdown and also the government’s consent for cinemas to re-open at thirty-three percent in Lagos and fifty percent in other states, the film was rescheduled for launch on October 1, Independence Day.
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FilmOne Entertainment has identified that the operation of Fate of Alakada is successful, stating that the opening weekend’s gross places the film because the highest-grossing for the post-lockdown period, displacing films such as Mulan and Tenet, published two weeks earlier. The performance has also procured it somewhere on Nollywood’s Top Ten highest-grossing for a vacation weekend launching since 2018. Films on the Exact Same pedestal include Merry Men: The Actual Yoruba Demons, Chief Daddy, and Sugar Rush, amongst others.
Discussing Concerning the film’s success, the Head of Distribution at FilmOne Entertainment, Ladun Awobokun, was cheerful, “We are excited about the brilliant performance of the film so far, and optimistic that it could consolidate with this strong beginning to yield fantastic numbers. The fate of Alakada has reaffirmed Nollywood’s potential to function as an anchor we need in times like this, particularly when several foreign films are postponed,” she said.
The fate of Alakada was written by Yakubu Ogbaji, co-produced by Mimi Bartels, also led by Kayode Kasum. The story was developed by Toyin Abraham and the FilmOne production group. It features an array of stars including Toyin Abraham herself (who also doubles as Executive Producer and Producer), Broda Shaggi, Anto Lecky, also Odunlade Adekola, to mention a couple. There were likewise cameo scenes for Celebrities including Davido, Peruzzi, Swanky, Mercy Eke, Mabel Makun, Cobhams Asuquo, and Funke Bucknor, amongst others.
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