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    Adebayo’s Movie 'King of Thieves' Rakes In N224m In Four Weeks

    In a recent interview, Nollywood actor, Femi Adebayo revealed that his latest movie, King of Thieves (Agesinkole), generated over N170 million in the first three weeks of its cinema debut.

    Adebayo stated that the movie, which cost several millions of nairato produce, made more than N43 million in its first three days.

    He revealed that the plan was to leave the movie in the cinema for two months, where it is expected to make nothing less than N200 million.

    The new epic movie, titled ‘King of Thieves’ known as Agesinkole, has now generated over N224 million in its first four weeks of premiere at the cinema.

    Adebayo disclosed the new amount generated via his Facebook page on Thursday.

    Sharing a video of himself dancing, Adebayo wrote: When you hear #KingofThieves does N224 million+ in 4weeks.”

    With the new amount announced by Adebayo, the goal has now been achieved in just 4 weeks.

    The Nollywood actor, however, thanked his fans for supporting his work.

    In the history of Nollywood, no movie has ever made N43 million in its opening at the cinema, that is an amount of money some movies will make in three months.

    ‘King of Thieves’ has actually paved the way for many producers and providers that are producing indigenous content.

    The movie is an epic tale of Agesinkole, an all powerful bandit and his reign of terror in Ajeromi kingdom.

    Concerned by his pillaging, the kingdom moves to destroy him, through the hunters, witches and priests, thus beginning this adventurous saga of revenge, bravery, and glory.

    Some movie stars featured in the film include Adedimeji Lateef, Aisha Lawal, Broda Shaggi, Femi Adebayo, Ibrahim Chatta, Mr Macaroni, Odunlade Adekola, Toyin Abraham Ajeyemi, and Peju Ogunmola.

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