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3 Prominent Yoruba Movie Actresses Who Are Non-Yoruba

The Yoruba movie industry has over the years produced so many talented actresses who have provided enough entertainment to our TV screens with their great acting mastery, which has earned them a lot of credits.

In this article, you get to meet three prominent Yoruba movie actresses who you might not probably know are not Yoruba-born, but other indigenous languages.

Nkechi Sunday Blessing

Nkechi Sunday Blessing has gained a lot of fame in the Yoruba movie industry, where she has made appearances in so many blockbusters.

The award-winning actress was born in Surulere, Lagos, but she is a native of Abia State, which happens to be the native state of her parents.

Check out more of her photos below:

Photo Credit: Instagram

Faithia Balogun

Faithia Balogun is a multi-talented Yoruba movie actress who has been featured in so many blockbuster movies ever since she made her acting debut a few years ago.

The beautiful light-skinned actress was born in Ikeja, Lagos, but she is of Delta State descent, where her parents hail from.

Check out more of her stunning photos below:

Photo Credit: Instagram

Mercy Aigbe

Mercy Aigbe is a popular Yoruba movie actress who has made a lot of waves in the movie industry with her great acting skills that distinguished her from others.

The award-winning actress was born in Benin City, Edo State, where her parents hail from before she left for Lagos to pursue a career in the Yoruba movie industry.

Check out more of her stunning photos below:

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