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31 May
No stranger to playing a role in a film that explores the theme of physical abuse, referencing her role in “Namaste Wahala”, Ini Dima-Okojie found Sarah to be a demanding character. To successfully portray Sarah, she recollects putting herself in physically abused victims’ shoes, which meant doing a lot of research and occasionally reaching out to women who have had the experience.
27 May
With a smile that could make anyone swoon and bright blonde low-cut hair that captures the hearts of many, Nancy Isime provides an insight into what it was like to embody TV’s next favourite character, Kemi.
26 Dec 2020
Insight into the worsening status of insecurity in Nigeria
6 Mar 2020
Why can citizens of Japan travel with ease to over 190 countries without a visa or with the option of obtaining visas on arrival while Nigerians can only do so for 46 countries, whether for leisure or business? ⁣

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