In 2015, she won the City People Entertainment Yoruba Movie Personality of the year.
The Edo State born actress gave a clear and precise response to a question pertaining to her Yoruba movie career.
She said, "I can never stop acting Yoruba movies because that industry made me who I am today."
"When I began featuring in Yoruba films, I wasn’t speaking the language flawlessly, so I had to learn on the job."
"My industry is very accommodating and that is why I would always be grateful to them for accepting me and giving me a platform to excel."
She mentioned that it was never her plan to be a regular feature in Yoruba movies. Being from Edo State, she had little exposure in Yoruba language.
Aigbe discouraged the wrong perception associated with Yoruba movie actors. She added that it is a poor misconception to consider them as illiterates.
She was quoted from the interview as saying,"I didn’t choose to be in the Yoruba movie sector. I started out in Nollywood and I featured in several soap operas and movies."
"My career took a different direction when a Yoruba film producer cast me in his movie titled Ara."
"The movie became a hit and I soon began getting scripts from other Yoruba filmmakers and I couldn’t turn them down because I had just launched my career."
"In no time, I became a household name in the Yoruba film genre."
As a testimony of her excellence, Aigbe, who is a graduate from the prestigious University of Lagos, won an award as the Best Actress in Yoruba at the City People Awards.
She is married to an hotelier named Lanre Gentry, and already has three children. The actress is also an ambassador to a Sickle Cell initiative called Dubai Afrika Sickle Cell Project.
See a video of the actress in an interview with Pulse TV below.