The teenage star shared the photos on her Instagram page and wrote;
" two words E CHOKEE!"
Susan Laraba Pwajok ,18, is indeed growing up to become a very attractive young lady as she decided to share the breathtaking photos to prove she is growing up to take nollywood by storm. The fast rising actress and model who came to prominence after playing the role of Blessing, the youngest daughter of Mr Lucky Johnson in the Africa Magic television hit series “The Johnsons”, has proven she is a very talented actress.
The teenage sensation, started her acting career when she was just 3 years old but went for a 6 years hiatus before returning to the big screen as she became one of the favorite in the hit series, "The Johnsons" as Blessing, Mr Lucky Johnson's favorite daughter whom he loves to pamper which makes her older siblings jealous of her.
The gifted teenage actress, has also done well for herself as she has also starred in other television series and movies which include; Desperate Housewives Africa, Stopping Kloe, Keeping Lucy, Night Raid, Whirlwheel and many others.
The teenager decided to share the new photos of herself to catch the attention of her fans who can't seem to get enough of her.
Below are the photos she shared on her Instagram page:
Immediately the teenage star shared the photos, her fans reacted in admiration as shown below:
From the above reaction, it is quite apparent that her fans were really trilled with the lovely photos she shared. The teenage actress is one girl that has the acting talent to go very far in nollywood.
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