Meg explores her sultry, demure side clad in little more than her silky bedsheets and a slight dewy smile.
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, also Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from TIME Universite Tunis, Tunisia and an MBA training from University Jean Moulin, Lyon France. Meg worked at African Development Bank in Tunis, Tunisia, several years before moving back to Nigeria to pursue her passion as an actress.
Meg who hails from the Idoma speaking area of Benue State, Nigeria was nicknamed ‘the Chameleon’ because of her mastery of her roles, Vanguard Newspaper describes her as ‘a phenomenally gifted artiste’. She is also a lover of languages, speaks and writes English, French, Hausa, Idoma, Spanish and Yoruba, fluently.
The talented Nollywood actress made her Nollywood debut in the dance film "I’ll Take My Chances" in 2011 and has since moved on to major roles in some of Nollywood’s biggest movies. She was also cast in Kunle Afolayan’s AMVCA award winning hit movie, October 1, she also starred as Aisha in the popular series ‘B430’. Her other major credits include Charles Novia’s Atlanta, Gidi Culture, Ojuju, Kpians (Festival of Souls) and others.
The shoot was themed and shot by Emmanuel Arewa of Spotlight and her flawless make up was by Nory Mua.