Although lockdown in Ghana has been lifted and things are slowly going back to its normal ways, some are still keeping safe by staying at home and working remotely with cases of COVID 19 still rising.
Ever since the government announced a lockdown to slow the spread of Coronavirus, many Ghanaians turned to either their TV or mobile device as a way of escaping boredom and some were just binge-watching their favorite shows.
American movie streaming Platform Netflix was and still is the most visited streaming for many movie lovers across the world. But for Africans on Netflix, it might seem like Nollywood has the best movies streaming on Netflix but I’m here to remind you that Ghallywood has some of the best movies on Netflix.
From movies by Ama K. Abebrese, Lydia Forson, Adjetey Anang to Nana Ama Mcbrown—these are the best Ghanaian films to watch online while stuck inside avoiding the coronavirus.
Azali is an original Ghanaian movie in Dagbani, Twi, and English, which seeks to expose the dangers of Child labor, child abuse, streetism, and child marriage across Africa. The story is centered on AMINA, a 14-year-old girl and a native of Northern Ghana with a great future who faces tough decisions in her quest to be great.
Determined to give birth in their faraway hometown, an expecting couple finds themselves stranded after missing their train, the only way to get there.
Starring: Adjetey Anang, Lydia Forson, Fred Nii Amugi
After catching a philandering husband for a hefty fee, a trio of enterprising women start an agency to expose the cheating spouses of suspicious wives.
Starring: Nana Ama McBrown, Lydia Forson, Sika Osei
A divorced couple decides to continue sharing a home but their already-delicate cohabiting scheme unravels when they begin dating other people.
Starring: O.C. Ukeje, Joselyn Dumas, Joke Silva
Story by: Derrick Annor Boadi