Men don’t see actresses as marriageable, they see us as toys – Omoge Campus

Aisha Abimbola Musa is an actress and she’s popularly known as Omoge campus because of her lead role in the Yoruba movie titled Omoge Campus released in 2002. The graduate of Hotel Management and Catering, and mother of two reveals in this interview with www.angeladaviesblogspot.com that a lot of men don’t see actresses as marriageable. She also spoke on other matters of interest. Tell us briefly about the movie Omoge Campus Omoge campus was one of my first lead movies and a very challenging one at that. I was a…

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Stella Damasus, Lamboginny appointed NDLEA Ambassadors

The National Law and Drug Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, yesterday appointed talented Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus and singer Yinka Lawanson, popularly known as Lamboginny, as its ambassadors. During the official unveiling of the new ambassadors at the NDLEA headquarters in Lagos yesterday morning, the Director General of the agency, Dr. Femi Ajayi, revealed that Stella and Lamboginny were painstakingly picked for the honour due to their outstanding positive impacts on youths and the society at large.This is the first time the agency will appoint ambassadors. Congrats to them both.

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Nollywood star, Jim Iyke visits Kenya in support of charity project

Jim Iyke with the dance troupe of the Kibera Hamlets Primary School Nollywood actor, Jim Iyke has just concluded a visit to Kenya in support  of the Make A Change campaign, which was founded by Christopher Grey, and Jamaican dancehall queen, Cécile. During his stay in Kenya, he visited the Kianjau primary school and the Kibera Hamlets primary school. On December 7, he visited Kianjau primary school, where he was welcomed by local residents, as well as students and staff of the school.  According to the actor, his partners will be…

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Winners at the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards 2012

Matse Uwatse, one of the winners  The much-talked about Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards 2012 took place yesterday, Sunday, December 2 at NECA House, Alausa, Lagos. This is the full list of winners: Competitive Categories1. Newscaster of the Year (TV)Male-Cyril Stober (NTA) –Female-Jire Kola- Kuforiji (AIT) 2. Newscaster of the Year (Indigenous)– Nedu Emmanuel (Wazobia FM) 3. News Reporter of the Year (TV)-Omoh Basuaye (AIT) 4. TV Station of the Year (National)-Channels 5. TV Station of The Year- (South- West)– ONTV (Lagos) TV Station of The Year – (North)– PRTV (Jos)…

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