Olumide Owuro aka Tari has taken to his official Instagram handle to share lovely throwback photos of himself with the cast on set of popular Africa Magic TV series, The Johnsons. Top celebrities on set are Charles Inojie, Ada Ameh, Samuel Ajibola, Duke Elvis, Seun Osigbesan, Chinedu Ikedieze, and Susan Laraba Pwajok.
Olumide Owuro is currently celebrating 10 years on set of The Johnsons. In his post, he said, "10 years strong". The actor's journey on set began when he was a child. The Africa Magic TV series was a big platform for him to show his talent. And he's grateful to be on this amazing TV production.
Olumide Owuro played Tari, the third child of Charles Inojie in the TV series. And he has given top-notch performances over the years. Through the TV series, he has gained more connections. And has appeared in several blockbuster movies in the country.
These lovely throwback photos sparked reactions online as fans and celebrities in the Nollywood Industry admire them. Top celebrity, Jennifer in "The Johnsons" has sent love emojis.
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