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3 Times Funke Akindele Thrilled Us With Her Character In Nigerian Movies

Funke Akindele Bello also known as Jenifa is one of the talented comic actors in the Nigerian movie industry who have kept us glued to our screens as she thrills us with her impeccable roles. In this article, we shall be looking at 3 of those times. If there is a list of hardworking actresses in Nollywood, Funke Akindele will undoubtedly top the list. The happy wife and mother takes her career seriously and never stops at any level below excellent. Many of her movies have topped the list of "highest-grossing Nigerian movies of the year".

Have a look at the major times she thrilled us with her character in Nigerian movies. Although they are many more, however, we shall limit ourselves to only 3 in this article.

1. Your Excellency

This is one of the top movies in which Funke Akindele showed a great deal of her talent as an actress. Your excellency won the box office and became the highest-grossing Nigerian film in the year 2019. It was a political satire movie that exhibit so much about politics and the lives of politicians. At the same time, Funke Akinkele was able to crack us up with her character in the movie.

2. Jenifer's Dairy

This is one of the most-watched TV series in many homes in Nigeria. It is an entertaining comedy series in which Funke Akindele thrilled us with her character as an illiterate young lady.

3. Omo Ghetto: The Saga

This movie is currently one of the highest-grossing Nigerian movies. It was a sequel to 'Omo Ghetto'. In this movie, Funke Akindele went all ghetto and thrilled us with her street girl character.

Dear readers, which of these movies thrilled you the most? Well, it may be hard for one to choose due to the fact that Funke Akindele gave an outstanding performance in these movies. However, we will love to know your favourite.

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