Ojukokoro (Greed) tells the story of what happens when a cash-strapped manager in a money laundering petrol station, decides to rob the petrol station that employs him but along this journey finds out that there are different kinds of criminals that are also interested in the same cash and that a good reason isn’t always a right one.

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Critic Reviews (9)

6.3
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Critical Consensus: Good.
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This is Africa

01 Jun 2017
7.0
The guys of New Nollywood may seem to be obsessed with violence, but what they really are obsessed with are ways of showing violence on screen. No one has achieved the crude verisimilitude of violence that Eric Aghimien has. No one has shown more sty ...
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TNS

24 Apr 2017
7.0
Written and directed by Dare Olaitan, Ojukokoro is a 2017 feature-length film centred around a manager of a Lubcon Petrol Station, Andrew, who has lung cancer and plans to steal from his workplace to save his life. What he doesn’t realise is that h ...
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TNS

24 Apr 2017
5.0
Very few Nigerian films have the level of hype that Dare Olaitan‘s Ojukokoro had before it’s recent release. It is a film that has been riding the wave of anticipation since the night it premiered at last year’s Africa International Film Festiv ...
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Akoma

24 Mar 2017
I must confess that in my entire life, I have never seen a Nollywood Caper movie well put together as this one! It set out to be a Comedy Crime thriller/Caper. And it did just that with style and panache. In short, Ojukokoro nà movie wey study abroa ...
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YNaija

24 Mar 2017
7.0
In the 1997 Hollywood film, Devil’s Advocate, Al Pacino, playing a human incarnation of Satan, mischievously named vanity as his favourite sin. For Dare Olaitan, writer and director of the offbeat black comedy/thriller, Ojukokoro, there is nothing ...
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Nollywood Observer

24 Mar 2017
8.0
In a scene in Ojukokoro, an elderly man, simply referred to as Baba (Kayode Aderupoko) arrives a fuel station, it is the period of fuel scarcity and when he decides to fuel his car, the attendants at the station are ignorant of his presence. He tries ...

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Release Date:

November 17, 2016 (African International Film Festival, Nigeria)
March 17, 2017 (Cinema Release)

Executive Producer:

Dare Olaitan

Cinematography:

Baba Agba

Screenplay:

Dare Olaitan

Editor:

Seun P. Opabisi

Original Score:

Jeffery Ekong, Samuel Onwudo Obinna

Production Company:

Singularity Media, House Gabriel Studios, BCI Studios

Distribution:

Silverbird Film Distribution West Africa

Language:

English

Runtime:

110 minutes

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