To celebrate the actress who recently won the "Trailblazer" award at the 2016 AMVCA, we have put together five movies featuring her.
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Alan Poza is a hilarious youth comedy which exposes the emotional adventures of a young, enterprising music industry executive as he searches for his true inner feelings in a sector filled with temptations and emotional uncertainties.
produced and directed by Charles Novia, the movie also stars Beverly Naya, OC Ukeje, Beverly Naya among others.
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Set mainly on a beautiful beach resort on the outskirts of Lagos in Nigeria, “The CEO” is a mystery-thriller surrounding five top executives from across Africa who are despatched on a 1-week leadership retreat by a multinational telecommunications firm, to determine which one to appoint as the firm’s new CEO. Things go awry when one-by-one the executives are eliminated in sudden death circumstances, and the finger falls on the last two remaining executive as prime suspects.
Produced and directed by Kunle Afolayan, the movie also stars Wale Ojo, Angelique Kidjo, Aurelie Eliam, Hilda Dokubo, Jimmy Jean Louis, Peter King, Nico Panagio among others.
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Fifty' captures a few pivotal days in the lives of four Nigeria women at the pinnacle of their careers. Meet Tola, Elizabeth, Maria and Kate four friends forced at midlife to take inventory of their personal lives, while juggling careers and family against the sprawling backdrops of the upper middle-class neighbourhoods of Ikoyi and Victoria Island in Lagos.
The movie also stars Ireti Doyle, Dakore Akande, Nse Ikpe Etim, Uzor Osimkpa, and Omoni Oboli.
An inspiring movie by Tunde Kelani, "Dazzling Mirage" stars Kunle Afolayan, Yomi Fash-Lanso, Seun Akindele, Taiwo Ajai Lycett, Bimbo Manuel, Carol King, Khabirat Kafidipe, Bukola Awoyemiamong others.
The movie is centred around a young advertising executive (Funmiwo) living with sickle cell disorder.
She overcomes social stigma, prejudice and her own low self-esteem to achieve career success, marriage and motherhood.