OJ won the 'best supporting actor' award at the 2016 and seventh edition of Eko International Film Festival Award.
OJ won the 'best supporting actor' award at the 2016 Eko International Film Festival Award which held from October 24-29, 2016, at the Silverbird Cinemas Victoria Island. Lagos, Nigeria.
The actor took to Instagram to express his excitement and appreciate everyone who has been a part of his acting career.
"Wow, my first! Am grateful to God for the talent within me and the grace to shine. To my family and friends who have supported me despite hardly getting to see , hear from me or have me at their events cos of my busy schedule (I love you all), To all the producers and directors who shunned the "eye candy" criterion and have cast me over and over again, giving me the platform to do what I was born to do (You will always have great platforms to profit from your productions) To my colleagues who have urged me on (we all going up)
To my fans, this is for you. I ain't relenting cos I start afresh every set like its my first job. (I love you)
to #ekoiff #ekointernationalfilmfestival#ekofilmfestival thanks for the recognition, this has spurred me to work harder. I am indeed grateful. Thanks @officialbovi iz our feem that bring it oh. Pardon the epistle, like I said earlier, it's my first," he wrote.
"It's Her Day" is based on the 'worst love story' ever told. The movie focuses on a soon-to-be-wed couple from different backgrounds, who have contrasting ideas of what their wedding day should be like.
The movie was written by Bovi Ugboma, edited by Akin Alabi and directed by Aniedi Anwah.
OJ who is popular for movies including "Just Not Married," "Arbitration," "Suru Lére," "The Encounter," featured in "It's Her Day" alongside Bovi Ugbomma, Ini-Dima Okojie, Adunni Ade among others.