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SQUAD GOALS: Watch Actresses Chioma Akpotha And Omoni Oboli Shake Their Bumbum In Dubai

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When it comes to Nigerian actors and actresses, no one can dispute how they have done incredibly well for themselves. From the Genevieve Nnaji’s to the Ramsey Noah’s to Chioma Apkotha’s and Omotola’s. Their list is endless and they keep getting better even if not entirely in the movie industry. READ ALSO: A Subtle Reminder; … Read more

I Give People With Bad Mouth Odour Mint Before Any Ki$$ing Scene- Actress Omoni Oboli

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Why people decide to subject another human being to bad breath is something that will forever remain a mystery. I mean we all or a lot of us cannot boast of a perfect breadth but some of us are trying to beat it.
Amazingly such people are the one who loves to do much of everything. They talk too much, all over and up in your face and the annoying bit— they love to kiss too, imagine?

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Nigerian Actress Omoni Oboli Says Tough Times Do Not Last; Nigeria Will Rise Again

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unnamed (4)_optOmoni Oboli has a message for Nigerians going through tough times in this difficult economic period in the country. According to the Nollywood actress:
“Tough times don’t last, but tough people do! Support Nigeria! Nigeria will rise again! Let’s stick together and support each other. It is well with us. God’s got us! We can do this!” In a video shared, she also added:

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AMAA 2016 (#AMAA2016): Red Carpet Photos- Juliet Ibrahim, Adesua Etomi, Omoni Oboli, Eniola Badmus

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The 2016 Africa Academy Movie Awards is currently underway at the Obi Wali International Conference Center in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
The hotly anticipated event has been graced by several celebrities from every country in Africa. Among them include Juliet Ibrahim, Omoni Oboli, Eniola Badmus, Aneke Twins and Richard Mofe Damijo.
Peep below for photos of your favourite stars slaying on the red carpet at the AMAA 2016…

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PHOTOS From the Premiere of ‘Being Mrs. Elliot’ in Ghana | Omoni Oboli, Juliet Ibrahim, Adjetey Anang, Lydia Forson, Zynnell Chichi, Helen Asante & Others

Omoni Oboli and Lydia Forson
Omoni Oboli and Lydia Forson

Nollywood star- Omoni Oboli flew into Ghana for the premiere of her directorial debut film – Being Mrs. Elliot which took place at the SilverBird Cinemas in Accra on Friday—and in attendance to support her were, Juliet Ibrahim, Adjetey Anang, Lydia Forson, Zynnell Chichi, Helen Asante and others.

The film which has already been premiered in Nigeria, France and other countries features Ghanaian actor, Majid Michel, Nigerian comedians AY, Lepacious Bose, Bishop Seun Akindele, Uru Eke, Sylvya Oluchy, Chika Chukwu among others.

Before the premiere Omoni Oboli had this to say about the movie; “It has some good messages in there and everyone should try and watch it for themselves. It is a beautiful film. We premiered in Nigeria and other countries and we had good reviews”.

Check below for photos from the premiere…

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FASHION FACE-OFF: GHANA Vrs NAIJA- Who Rocked It For You?

Yippee, it’s time for fashion celebrities face off. Now, I know GhanaCelebrities.Com has already done some sort of fashion face off in Ghana for the months June and July  but what would  a face-off be without some stiff competition from our counterparts  in Nigeria. So I have put three strong Nigeria celebrity beauties and three … Read more

My Sincere Thoughts On London Premiere Of ‘Anchor Baby’: Great Movie, Good Attendance And Great Organization…

Anchor Baby London Premiere
Anchor Baby London Premiere

The multiple award winning and much talked about movie ‘Anchor Baby’ was given a successful redcarpet premiere yesterday at the Odeon Cinema in Greenwich, London

Before heading to the premiere, I was not very confident that the attendance would mirror the hype of the movie since Anchor Baby was being premiered on a Tuesday instead of the usual Friday or Saturday. As we all know, It’s on the weekend that people are generally ready step out to catch fun with friends and family.

Contrary to the above, I was impressed with the diverse number of people who showed up at the Odeon Cinema to be part of the whole ‘Anchor Baby’ experience.

Learning from the past, even though the redcarpet was scheduled to start at 7pm, I could not be bothered with the TIME since I knew it would NEVER commence at the said time.

And I was right, the event started late as usual. Any time organizers fail to accord TIME the needed respect, they find an excuse for the delay and this time, the celebrities were running late for the redcarpet…LOL

In fact, they can run as much late as they want, we were starving and we even wanted time to grab some food so ‘dashed’ into the near by Nandos.

Probably we missed the fun part of the redcarpet while out there grabbing some Nandos chicken since the only celebrity we caught on the redcarpet was Monalisa Chinda. However, we later had the chance to meet the Director- Lonzo Nzekwe and the lead Actor, Sam Sarpong.

Apart from the late start, the whole organization was superb compared to the other African movie premieres I have attended. Ticketing was professionally organized, security was on point, and various people labelled ‘HOST’ stood around to offer help and customer service. The press men and women could easily be spotted as their accreditations gave them out.

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‘Anchor Baby’ Comes To UK Cinemas From Friday, 2nd Sept, 2011…

Anchor Baby In UK Cinemas
Anchor Baby In UK Cinemas

After a successful showcase at various prestigious film festivals around the world and thrilling African movie lovers in Ghana, Nigeria and Canada to a great story, the award winning movie ‘Anchor Baby’ will find its way into selected UK Cinemas from Friday, 2nd September, 2011.

Anchor Baby’ which highlights the struggles of many African immigrants in the United States and other developed countries across the world will receive a theatrical release at the following UK Cinemas- Odeon Greenwich, Lee Valley, Streatham, Surrey Quays and Manchester Printworks.

Apart from the exceptional applauds the movie has received from those who had early opportunity in Africa to watch it, Anchor Baby has won several awards such as “Best Film” and “Best Actress” awards at the 2010 Harlem International Film Festival and “Best Screenplay” at the 2010 Los Angeles Movie Awards.

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