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Every young and upcoming comedian need to work hard – Ali Baba

Foremost Nigeria stand-up comedian, Atunyota Akpobome, popularly known as Ali Baba, has attributed his success, to hard work and discipline.

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Boobs and butts are very important to me — Abiodun Adebanjo

When you are looking for   handsome and talented Nollywood hunks, you cannot but ignore Abiodun Adebanjo. The rising actor popular for playing ‘Play boy’ roles   has starred in movies like Sonate, Basira Badiya, Wale Danger, Omo Oshodi, Injustice,   amongst others. In this interview, he opens up on how he started out in Nollywood, the weirdest message he has ever gotten from a fan, among other issues. 

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I will be damned if I don’t speak out — Liz Benson-Ameye

WITH a filmography of more than 40 movies, Liz Benson Ameye is a veritable fixture on cinema, video and television screens in Nigeria. She played “Mama” in the first production of “Mummy Dearest” and has reprised her role in the sequel. Though narrowly focused on set, Ameye acceded to J.K. Obatala’s intrusion, long enough to render matronly counsel on a number of pertinent issues, including “homosexuality,” “discipline” and “Old vs. New Nollywood”. Their encounter comes in the wake of the ordained minister and evangelist’s appearance in “Busted”, a highly controversial exploration of same-sex marriage, released last May. Ameye is originally from Akwa Ibom State, but she now resides in Delta State, with her evangelist husband, Bishop Great Ameye of Freedom Family Assembly.

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