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MUST WATCH! Official Trailer for Historic Nigerian Movie “Amina” starring Clarion Chukwura, Lucy Ameh, Ali Nuhu is Here



We are so excited about this movie!

Historic Nigerian movie “Amina” has been in the production phase for over two years – with many more years devoted to the research of the project – and now we have a first look at the official trailer.

The movie was produced by a pioneer producer of Nollywood movies, Okechukwu Ogunjiofor and directed by Izu Ojukwu who also directed the intriguing movie “76”.


She lived in the age of man in a man’s world. In an ancient world of brutal conflicts, ferocious animal passions, supressive timeless customs, and reckless, herioc exploits, she must resolutely carve out a part for her life in the face of scandalised tradition and antagonistic male dominance. To grasp her destiny, she must prove herself not just as able, but infinitely more capable than any man alive. Fathered by the legendary warrior, expansionist,and empire builder Barkwa Turunku, Aminatu, alluring princess and first daughter to the renowned Barkwa nurses a burning ambition never before imagined: To sit as queen over a Zazzau empire that stretches from Kano to River Niger, from Idah to Jukunland. In an age of female subjugation and an oppressive, male sponsored traditional system, no sane woman would dare conceive such dreams; and only the most foolishly reckless would move on to attempt actualisation.

From warrior- princess to supreme millitary commander; from sorrowful lover to crafty politician; Amina must suppress natural feminine emotions in order to accomplish the impossible, attain the unattainables and ultimately convince the sceptical empire of her ability to make true Zazzau’s long cherished dreams of dominance over all of the sub-sahara. Pitted without, against panicked kings and Sarkis of neighbouring vassal states, and within; Zazzau’s ambitious war generals, princes, politicians, and the sinister all powerful Madawaki or minister of war whose hunger for the throne of Zazzau is equalled only by his lust for its lovely occupant; Amina must play statesman and millitary strategist, harlot and queen, ruthless executioner and gentle mother to Zazzau’s oppressed millions to achieve her goal of creating a better Zazzau, a more humane, civilised Zazzau standing on the foundations of modern-day governmental structures.

The movie expertly chronicles the legendary many lives of this exceptional woman; the pain and the agony caused by the betrayal of cherished lovers; the ferocious savagery in the face of all battles and enemies; the cunning manipulation at will of the nobles and sovereigns of kingdoms; and the tender concern over the down trodden Talakawas or common people.

The movie stars Lucy Ameh, Clarion Chukwura, Ali Nuhu and more.

Watch the trailer below.


  1. Jamie

    September 12, 2017 at 3:12 pm

    Wow!!!! Wow!! I will see this movie in the cinema, I will pay for 10 young girls to see it too. I love films with female heroines who are strong, powerful and assertive, – and this right here is EVERYTHING!

  2. sisi

    September 12, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    Okay girl!!!!!

  3. keke driver

    September 12, 2017 at 4:29 pm

    Omg this is a Nollywood movie? Definitely gon see this one…kudos

  4. mimi

    September 12, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    Is this the naija version of game of thrones?? Amina as Arya Stark.

    • HumanKind

      September 12, 2017 at 5:43 pm


    • June

      September 12, 2017 at 10:29 pm

      Please help me ask oh ! I was waiting to see dragons bi that!

  5. Iou

    September 12, 2017 at 5:02 pm


  6. Ekene

    September 12, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    Jukun land of Taraba ?

  7. Simply_Seun

    September 12, 2017 at 5:50 pm

    wow, love this! although there exist a lots of flaws in the story line. i will give the producer a thumbs up.

  8. Zara

    September 12, 2017 at 6:18 pm

    Finally!! A movie on Queen Amina of Zazzau. I am both proud and impressed

  9. Dr.N

    September 12, 2017 at 6:23 pm

    Looks good

  10. Adamazi

    September 12, 2017 at 7:29 pm

    This warrior princess is looking forward to seeing this

  11. emeka ugo

    September 12, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    wow would definitely go and see this when its out. Mehn the coming year voting for AMVCA award would be very though because very good Nigerian movies have been showing in the cinemas.

  12. LemmeRant

    September 12, 2017 at 11:52 pm

    Not to be a party pooper, but I lost interest the minute I saw “Clarion Chukwukwa”

    Just like when God’s of Egypt came out and it was filled with Caucasians speaking American English.
    Anyways nice attempt.

    • bella madid maya

      September 13, 2017 at 2:31 am

      clearly, you are a party pooper…… run away from here!

    • Wendy

      September 13, 2017 at 3:30 am

      TF? Did you just equate race and tribe?! Like tribe within the same country? Bruh you dummer than a mug… and it keeps getting worse. It’s fine that you won’t be watching… in fact, you shouldn’t be watching any movies at all! It’s officially time for you to get off BN, take a class or two, and let the comment section be great. Jezzzz! So exasperating.

  13. Miss Anoni Moss

    September 13, 2017 at 10:02 am

    You do know that Clarion is Nigerian right?!? Like all the non yorubas that act Yoruba movies we are from the same country so there is nothing to it, its not like she is a different race so why the comparison.

  14. LemmeRant

    September 13, 2017 at 10:29 am

    “Did you just equate race and tribe?”

    Well since you brought it up, why can’t I equate race with tribe?
    Just as every race have unique characteristics, so do Nigeria tribes and even my comparison with Gods of Egypt was being generous.
    Gods of Egypt was purely fantasy, this documentary. When you’re making such movies you have to try be as accurate as possible – your biggest goal is telling a story and making people believe “this is what happened and this is how it happened” and that means cutting the weird sounding English and speak Hausa with English subtitles and please use actors from that region or get them to at least speak Hausa.

    Even Americans are just learning this. Go watch Netflix’s “Genius” (about Albert Einstein) and “Narcos” (About Colombian drug cartel), Watch “Silence” (starring Andrew Garfield) and you’ll see what I mean. It adds to the genuineness of your movie is all.

    Stop taking things P. Life is not that hard. Even under Buhari.

    • never mind

      September 13, 2017 at 10:51 am

      I see what you mean, but its still a commendable effort.

    • Seriously

      September 13, 2017 at 6:20 pm

      I agree with you to an extent but what about those actors who are not from that region neither do they speak the language but nail it because they are such talented versatile actors.
      Hollywood is known for the misrepresentation of Africa and Africccccans, they like to white wash it. , and it’s quite frustrating.

  15. Bukie

    September 13, 2017 at 12:00 pm


  16. jules

    September 13, 2017 at 1:22 pm

    @lemmerant love your response, everyone has their own opinion so allow them talk. #talkyourownandgo

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