Omoni Oboli’s “Love is War” is Coming to Netflix.

Omoni Oboli’s feminist political drama, Love is War, is joining The Set Up as Netflix’s Nollywood lockdown offerings. The drama, a joint production between Oboli’s Dioni Visions and Inkblot Productions, stars Oboli and Richard Mofe-Damijo as a couple battling for the Ondo state governorship seat.

An adorable couple elects to test the strength of their relationship when they run against each other for the office of state governor.

Written by Inkblot Production co-founder, Chinaza Onuzo (Up North, New Money), the story follows Hankuri and Dimeji Phillips, a lovely couple who are forced to contest a gubernatorial election against each other. Hankuri, an upstanding woman, has been handpicked by the president to represent his party, but after a fight with a top party member, Otunba, her campaign takes a diabolical twist.

Love is War starts playing on Netflix from April 29, 2020. The film stars Akin Lewis, Femi Branch, Toke Makinwa, Yemi Blaq, Jide Kosoko, and Shaffy Bello.

Watch Love is War on Netflix.

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Daniel Okechukwuhttps://www.thatnollywoodblog.com/
Daniel is a Nollywood blogger; he discusses the latest happenings in the Nigerian Film Industry. His writings on Nollywood have appeared on Okayafrica, Africa is a Country, Konbini, and Culture Custodian.

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