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Kiki Opuru torn between culture and sexuality in acting: Says, “My body is precious”

Kiki Opuru is a fast-rising actress in Nollywood and she has appeared in over 20 movies including The Baby, Island Babes, Daddy’s Girl, and Yankee Student, to name a few. Even though she has captivating sex appeals, the cute and vivacious actress prefers to tow the line of caution when interpreting scripts in order not to come into conflict with her Nigerian culture. In this exclusive interview, she talks about her career, life, and more:

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Why I turned a polygamist — Jide Kosoko

Professor Wole Soyinka produced Kongi Harvest which did not have a commercial viability then. Commercialised film-making in Nigeria started in 1976 with Ajani Ogun produced by Dr. Ola Balogun . This film experimented on the already existing Yoruba theater created by the likes of Herbert Ogunde, Baba Sala, Duro Ladipo, Kolawole Ogunmola , Ogungbe, etc. who were as at that time,acting on stage. Ajani Ogun was in celluloid and that was the first film that started the revolution of film-making in Nigeria. Other films like Ija Ominira, Aiye, etc. also followed suit.

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Miss Nigeria provides safe haven for rape victims

“One night on campus, a friend of mine returned to the hostel in tears, her clothes were in shreds and she looked battered. We were preparing for exams, so she had gone to read. On her way back, she was accosted by an unknown guy who dragged her to a lonely spot and raped her. It took a lot for her to confide in me and admit that she’s been raped”. According to 24-year-old Miss Nigeria, Ezinne Akudo Anyaoha who recently launched her Rape Crisis Center ‘The Eight Foundation’, the above incident awoke a desire in her to provide help, hope and healing to those affected by sexual violence..

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‘Marriage has changed me as Peter Okoye, but not as Psquare’

Two years after he got married to his baby mama, Lola Omotayo, in November, 2013, one half of the music duo PSquare, Peter Okoye is poised to share his experience as a married man. According to him, while marriage has made him to be more responsible, it has not, as a matter of fact, restricted him from doing what he knows how to do best on stage. He also bares his mind on a number of issues bothering on his career, music and fame…

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I am so busy I don’t have time for sex — Bukola Adeeyo

Bukola Adeeyo is unarguably one of the fastest rising Yoruba actresses. She has starred and featured in quite a number of movies like ‘Sunday Dagboru’,’Monday Omo Adugbo’,’Abike Standing’,’Fere sise mi’,’Eminirekan’ etc. Though a native of Oyo state, she was raised in Lafenwa, Abeokuta, Ogun State where she took to acting after joining Odunlade Adekola Films Production O.A.F.P. She talks about her family, sex life and other intriguing issues.

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My grouse with journalists, politicians and the elections — Odunlade Adekola

Odunlade Jonathan Adekola is today a man of relevance in the Yoruba sector of Nollywood. Tall, highly amiable and friendly, Odun, as he is fondly called, by his closest fans, entered into the film industry ….and sees himself being fulfilled doing theatre in Nigeria. However, we caught up with him at a location in Abeokuta, Ogun State, and he has this to say about the forthcoming elections and how the administration should assist the film makers against the activities of pirates.

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Kehinde Oshadipe drops tribute song for her late twin sister

Kehinde Oshadipe, the twin sister of the late Taiwo Oshadipe of the Oshadipe Twins has released a tribute song for her late twin sister and member of the Oshadipe Twins. Taiwo Oshadipe passed on to glory on October 3, 2014 after a brief illness. Titled: `My Reflection’ and produced by Ace producer, Wole Oni, the emotion laden track describes the ordeal of losing a loved one who holds a special place in one’s heart.

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