Nollywood celebrities; Omotola Jalade, Omoni Oboli, Susan Peters, Bimbo Akintola, Rukky Sanda, Ufuoma MCdermot, and others paid a condolence visit to veteran actress and evangelist, Eucharia Anunobi over the death of her only child who died last week.
Nollywood actress and mother of 3, Omoni Oboli has revealed it’s still difficult persuading Nigerians to watch Nollywood movies at the cinemas. The actress, who has reportedly grossed about N161m from Okafor’s Law and Wives On Strike, said those kind of people would not watch her movies but still want to take pictures with her. […]
Screen goddess, Omotola Jalade, has reacted to a post in which nollywood actresses which include; Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha, Ufuoma McDermott, Omoni Oboli and Uche Jombo, were compared based on their outfits. According to Omotola, comparing celebrities might bring strife and envy, and ruin the great relationship the actresses have. See how it went down below: […]
The premiere of It’s Her Day took place at Genesis Deluxe cinemas, Lagos. The movie which was produced by Bovi and sponsored by Diamond Bank features Indima Okojie, Adunni Ade, Shaffy Bello, Gregory Ojefua, Toni Tones, Omoni Oboli and Najaitede Dede. Check out photos below:
Corn rows is the new fave in town, you can get it in different styles and sizes. Have you rocked yours? Estee
It’s a new movie alert in this new nollywood saga it a complete teenage movie: Lunch time heroes. Featuring Nollywood stars Dakore Akande and Omoni Oboli as working mothers. Well it’s thrilling, can’t wait for it to get out.