Busty actress, Mitchel Ozakpolor who dumped her lucrative banking job for acting has narrated how a lustful car owner rammed into another car while starring at her boobs indiscriminately, in Lagos.

Sharing this shocking experience with HVP, the  actress said, on that fateful day, she was walking down the road as there was heavy traffic around Surulere area of Lagos. Upon sighting her, the car owner in question lost control of himself as he kept starring at her boobs until his car rammed into another car. Immediately, the two drivers alighted from their cars and started throwing shade at each other as she walked passed them.

Mitchel, who’s  also known as Mimi said the incident wasn’t the only embarrassing moments she has had as a busty actress. She recalled that on several occasions, she had avoided standing at bus stops because of men starring at her boobs. “It happens all the time, they keep starring at my boobs. And that’s why I tried to avoid standing at bus stops. I know I have huge boobs that men cannot take their eyes off  my boobs,” she enthused.

Mimi, who is currently working on her new project with Frank Dallas and Emeka Ossai said her dream is to win to an AMVCA and AMAA awards next year. She’s also planning to storm South Africa later this year  to shoot an epic film with Thomas Ogun.

Confirming that she’s in a relationship, the Delta State-born actress named Ramsey Nouah, RMD, Ini Edo, Emeka Ossai as her favourite actors.

Recall that some time ago, Mimi revealed that her boobs are her biggest asset, saying “One good thing about me is that I really don’t flaunt my boóbs. I just wear dresses that I like and the boóbs flaunt, whether the neckline of my dresses are showing my cleavage or not.”


A public health expert, Mr Nurudden Bello, has cautioned Nigerians living in flood prone areas and along river banks to be wary of water borne diseases.

Bello, who teaches at the Shehu Idris College of Health Science and Technology, Makarfi, Kaduna State, told newsmen on Wednesday in Kaduna, said the advice was necessary to save lives.

He said that the prediction of likely flood in 30 states was worrisome, and it was important for residents to take measures to protect their water sources from pollution so as not to contract diseases.

According to him, the safest way for such residents is to evacuate to safer environment.

Bello however said relevant government agencies should educate the residents on the implications of flooding to health, which may manifest in Cholera, Diarrhoea, Typhoid and other diseases due to contaminated water sources and habitat.

The expert attributed increase in water borne disease especially during rainy season to unprotected and improper managed soak ways in communities.

He called on humanitarian organizations including NEMA, SEMA, the Red Cross, Network of Climate and Environmental Reporters to raise awareness of the populace on proper hygiene and sanitation to safeguard their health.



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