Yesterday was "Double-A" Entertainment Graduation ceremony. And top Nollywood stars were there to grace the occasion. Popular actors like Mide Martins, Faithia Balogun, Adeniyi Johnson, Jumoke Odetola, Biola Adebayo, Odunlade Adekola, Seyi Edun, and many others look so gorgeous in their lovely native outfits. They all had fun at the ceremony. And smiled at the camera while taking mouthwatering pictures.
During the ceremony, popular actors like Simply Saka and Odunlade Odunlade gave speeches, advising the graduates to take their acting careers seriously.
A few hours ago, Mide Martins took to her official social media handle to share gorgeous photos of herself with other celebrities. She appreciated everyone for gracing the graduation ceremony. And prayed that God will continue to bless them.
Double-A Entertainment is a drama school owned by Mide Martins' husband, Afeez Owo. Afeez is a popular movie producer, director, actor, and master of ceremonies. He's an exceptional movie actor and director. He has been acting, producing, and directing for over 20 years. Also, he was Mide Martins's late mother's manager.
The drama school is both managed by this beautiful couple. And they have made tremendous success over the years.
Mide Martins has been happily married to Afeez Owo for over 15 years. Although, they had issues in their marriage a few years ago. But they are currently living happily together.
Their togetherness has greatly affected their careers. They have produced over 50 movies, playing lead roles in all. Also, they have signed several brand endorsement deals. And have met with the high and mighty in society.
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