'Chief Daddy' tells the story of billionaire industrialist Chief Beecroft, a flamboyant benefactor to a large extended family of relatives, household staff and assorted mistresses. Chief ...
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'Chief Daddy' tells the story of billionaire industrialist Chief Beecroft, a flamboyant benefactor to a large extended family of relatives, household staff and assorted mistresses. Chief lives large, like there's no tomorrow, until the day he dies suddenly and the 'bullion van' stops. What's in his will and who gets all that money? What happens next will surprise you, as Chief Daddy has the last laugh from beyond the grave.
Chief Daddy has become the third Nollywood film in the history of Nigerian cinema to break the elusive N300 million barrier. After just 24 days of release, the Niyi Akinmolayan film clocked N301,815,569 at the box-office to solidify its position as the third-highest-grossing Nollywood movie of all time. See more »
In death we deal.
Chief Beecroft is an industrial billionaire who dies in his dining room at his table. Days after, his lawyer shows up with an invitation to his family to read his codicil before his will. The family includes his daughters from his first wife, his second wife and their son.....and his three mistresses WITH there children, along with a son NO ONE knew about. The codicil reads that EVERYONE should stay in the family home and prepare his funeral. If they get to fighting and leave, NOTHING will be left to anyone. This film was funny, and it would probably been funnier to me if the accents weren't so thick while talking so fast. I kept trying to decipher so many times and just let it go and let the film move on. Still, it was a pleasant flick and I totally enjoyed it.
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