Nigeria’s Nollywood star Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde “OMOSEXY” makes TIME’s 100 influential list

Nigeria’s Nollywood star Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde “OmoSexy” makes TIME’s 100 influential list.

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One of Nigeria’s leading creative personalties Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, born 1978, has Omotola-Jalade-Ekeinde-tLpixbeen listed today in New York-based TIME magazine’s annual list of its “100 most influential people in the world, from artists and leaders to pioneers, titans and icons.”

She’s respected for her various roles as an actress, singer, philanthropist, wife and mother by her teeming fans. In the mention of her as “the Queen of Nollywood” by Richard Corliss, it’s noted “Jalade-Ekeinde brings a juggler’s grace to her roles as actress, singer, reality-show star, mother of four and philanthropist (the Omotola Youth Empowerment Programme).
Success hasn’t spoiled Africa’s most renowned leading lady. Rather than going Hollywood, Omotola wants to stay Nollywood.”

She is known as OmoSexy by her fans; and Corliss projects “she has made 300 or so features, from the 1996 Mortal Inheritance to the 2010 superproduction Ijé, shot partly on location in Los Angeles.”
She is married to air Captain Matthew Ekeinde; they have 4 children.

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