The evolutionary nature of the world and its activities that is being carried out by human specie is no doubt a continuous process. The fad of human fashion and trending of human talent keep changing especially with the introduction and advancement of the technology in the activities of man. Those who owns the stage yesterday especially in the entertainment arena are not (or less) in public view today.
This article tries to reminiscence the awesome Nigerian celebrities in the 90s. These child stars were prominent in different fields of entertainment in the Nigerian entertainment industry. Some were child actors while others were kid musicians who achieved their fame through their creative outputs.
After almost three decades, most of them have grown up, graduated in various academic fields and as usual, they are no longer popular as they used to be as the world as since moved on into a new phase with new talents emanated into public view.
Let's have a look at these past entertainers who fed Nigeria and African soil with the needed entertainment in the past.
He was featured in the classic movie titled; "Iru Esin". His father is identified as Waheed Ijadude.
Shanko was still a kid while venturing into entertainment industry. He later went back school where he studied Business Administration. 'Agreement' released through Olasco records was a popular record then.
3. Benita Okojie
She is a graduate of English language from Redeemers University. She sang the (then) popular song, "Osemudiamen."
4. Somadina Adinma
Somadina is now a graduate of Uni Zik and Nollywood actor.
5. Williams Uche
An African youth United Nations Ambassador who helps the less privileged in Nigeria and beyond.
6. Oge Nwuba
Oge became popular when she was featured in the 1999 movie, "After School Hours." Oge studied law at the University of Nigeria Nsuka
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