Anderson Oriahi



Anderson Ofuzim Oriahi is the Chief Operating Officer at CREETIQ, the foremost review aggregator of African movies, music and books, and the CEO of ZBM a brand management and IT firm based in Lagos Nigeria. He enjoys reading, coding and graphics designing.


Date: 15 Jun 2017 Category: TV/Film
7.0 Rating
Isoken covers a topic that is very prevalent in Nigerian pop culture today, so it is sure to get a lot of attention and patronage regardless, but it is simply a pretty looking, average film. It is OK at best, and for most people that will probably be good enough.

Bariga Sugar

Date: 28 Feb 2017 Category: TV/Film
10.0 Rating
Bariga Sugar is a lovely story about relationships. Not the kind that you think of when you hear the word ‘relationships’ but it’s the most simple kind. Bariga Sugar is Madam Sugar’s version of a brothel staged in a face-me-I-face-you residential area in which each room is occupied by one of her ‘girls’. Being raised in this brothel is the young Ese whose mother has a ‘a lot of friends’ but she has none until Jamil and his mom ...