A Social Media User called Richard Jane was just fired at the light of day by his imitation of President Muhammadu Buhari. Many celebrities praised her for a well-done job and an exceptional imagination.
Her actual face is : like this
She posted her pictures on her Facebook account on the 25th of June and, ever since, bloggers and mass media have visited her page to learn more about her creativity. Shortly after posting the photos, TVC correspondents visited her home for a brief interview presented by her.
This is Jane, it's not a Tiwa Savage. Don't be shocked.
Her TVC interview session:
This young lady is undeniably a talented woman with unique creativity. Another interesting part of the makeover has just been revealed. She uses no material other than the usual ingredients used by ladies, but she did something unusual.
She surprised people as she shared the video of the whole process of painting her face like people. She is a woman but after she finishes her make-up, she is transforming into a man. Another funny thing about this young woman.
Many Nigerians took her to the comment section to congratulate her on successful work. What she does also underlines that make-over may be really tricky, but it is not a woman who uses it to fool men for a good reason.
Since she realized that Nigerians appreciate her work that really inspired her to do more, she released some of her works. More than 4 famous people imitated. These are the following photos:.
Latest work. This is Pete Odochies which isn't imitation of Nollywood : Legend
How does she look like here?
Do you recognize her?
Kanayo O. Kanayo right?
From young girl to old woman:
This is the makeup:
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