Many years ago, some Nollywood legends started their acting career and rose up to become very big names in the movie industry.This they attained through years of hard work and dedication to what they enjoy doing most, which is being on screen.Below is a compilation of 45 Nollywood Actors who we enjoyed and still enjoy watching because they gave us good memories back in our childhood days.
Today's Headlines: President Buhari Makes New Appointment, NSCDC Promises To Protect Lives In Kaduna
President Buhari Makes New Appointment The Federal Executive Council led by President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Dr Abdulkarim Ali Obaje as the National Coordinator for Federal CARES Support Unit, Nigeria COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (NG-CARES) being implemented in the 36 States of the federation and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The Federal Executive Council, led by President Muhammadu Buhari, approved the appointment of Dr. Abdulkarim Ali Obaje as the National coordinator for Federal CARES Support Unit, the coordinator of Nigerian COVID-19 Action Recovery and Economic Stimulus (NG-CARES), Implemented across the 36 states, including the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.
1) Some People Wants To Execute A Coup in Nigeria – Lai Mohammed.Recently, Lai Mohammed (Minister of Information) said that some Nigerians are planning to remove President Buhari through an undemocratic process.However, This information was contained in his address to the media on the tension and insecurity within the country.
Keppy Ekpenyong Inyang was Born in the 1960s in Lagos State.He Originally Hails From Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.Keppy is an Award Winning Nigerian Actor And Television Personality.He Had his Secondary Education at Government College in Ojo, Lagos State.Keppy Graduated From the University of Calabar And Received a Degree in Linguistics.
Lovely Photo Of Harry B Having Fun With Regina Daniel, Destiny Etiko And Luchy Donald In A Movie Set
The entertainment industry is so wide that it houses many industries like movie, music, amusement parks and other Attractions that entertainment lovers have grown to love and cannot do without.Taking it down to the Nollywood industry, the success of this industry is tied to the capabilities, skills and talents of the actors and actresses in the industry.
Nollywood just like Hollywood is the nomenclature of the Nigerian film industry.Over the years, it has produced various professional actors that have won awards over the decades and taken the country to the next level.Although, these actors come from various ethnics background.One cannot deny the fact that the audience and fans patronize their movies especially in cinema houses.
US: Send Message To Pantami A former United States Ambassador to Nigeria, John Campbell, has revealed why the US may have given the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami, a visa despite his extremist views. Pantami had revealed during an interview last week that he had never been denied entry into the US and the United Kingdom. This is despite the minister's past extremist views and sermons wherein he glorified terrorist Osama Bin Laden, and others,an email chat with , Campbell said the
When you listen to the current music stars who are making waves in the country and outside the country today, you should also listen to some of these old legends in the entertainment industry.Some of these old legends are still alive while some are dead.For those of the legend who are still living, they have partially left the stage for the younger generation.
These are some of the things you should know about Imo state, they are hardworking and intelligent Imo state is located in the eastern part of Nigeria and the state capital is Owerri, .These celebrities from Imo state include actors, musicians and many others .Some of these popular celebrities from Imo state include .
Death is inevitable and is not a thing of joy, everyone on earth will always wish to live forever.Everybody has a death day, if your time comes you will die as well.Today we will talk about 5 Nollywood actors and actresses who died before he age of 40.
Harry B Anyanwu is a famous Nigerian actor, director, filmmaker, and rapper.Harry B has been in the industry for over two decades now.The television personality who was born on October 8, 1959, and hails from Emene, Enugu State where he had both his primary and secondary school education, he then left Nigeria in 1985 to the United States of America for his Tertiary education.
Nollywood has produced lots of stars who are now legend in the Nigerian Entertainment world.These actors have put smiles on our faces and have been impressive.There Good number of Nollywood legends in the likes of Nkem Owoh, Jide Kosioko, Clems Ohamezie, Pete Edochie, Kenneth Okonkwo, etc.
"Death is a universal phenomenon that doesn't respect age, status, talent and as it can strike anytime".Hence, the need for everyone to be ready by living a life worthy of emulation.It is sad and unfortunate that 3 Nigerian celebrities lost their lives at the age of 37.
Over the years we have watched the likes of Pete Edochi and Olu Jacobs perfectly play the role of king.Unfortunately, these people cannot comfort us forever because old age is breaking down.However, there are still some great actors out there who are amazing at playing royals.
The University of Port Harcourt was founded in 1975 and was given University status in 1977.However, See Below 5 Nigerian Celebrities Who Attended University of Jos: 1.Rita Dominic Rita Uchenna Nkem Dominic Nwaturuocha was born 12 July 1975 in Mbaise, Imo State.Dominic went to Federal Government College Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria, before proceeding to the University of Port Harcourt, where she graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Theatre Arts.
There were many Nollywood actors who dominated the industry then that we no longer hear about.Many of them were talented and was very good in acting.Well am not surprised, because Nollywood is like a competition, new actors outshines the old ones almost everyday especially the talented ones.
In light of misunderstandings about the Federal Government's $5.6 billion borrowings, Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Prince Clem Ikanade Agba, has clarified that the money was used to supplement the 2020 budget and boost the economy.Responding to questions from journalists at the 11th Open Government Partnership (OGP) National Steering Committee meeting in Abuja, the minister claimed that Nigeria did not obtain a $5.6 billion donation to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, but rather borrowed the money to shore up revenue in the aftermath of the pandemic.