20 greatest Nigerian actresses (PHOTOS)
Story by Hauwa Gambo
Click for Full Image Size I have been thinking about how you can accuse Nollywood of everything, but you cannot accuse our industry of a lack of acting talent wide and deep. Some of them are unappreciated, some are overused, other underused, and most mis-used. But under these uninspiring conditions, they have managed to let their talent shine.

By the way, the below is a list of women of a certain age, who have acted in Nigerian movies and who are alive (so that leaves out the greats like Toun Oni and Taiwo Ajai-Lycett). I’m celebrating them!

Florence Onuma

She was Patience Ozokwor, before Patience Ozokwor became Patience Ozokwor. And was she good! The beauty of Onuma is how she could move so easily from the wicked mother-in-law to the banking executive screaming ‘Hit the Streets!’ She was always so good to watch, and always blended right into her character – whatever happened to her?

Eucharia Anunobi

Whether leading the charge of the moneyed women in August Meeting or she’s taking her turn as the nagging wife, Eucharia -now a pastor- always knows how to steal a scene. It will be a huge stretch to compare the star of Heartless and Total Disgrace to Meryl Streep, but she has that uncanny ability to be the centre of gravity, able tyo make a film watchable even when it is hopelessly bad.

Dolly Unachukwu

Who can forget Deadly Affair? It was with this movie that the plus-size actress finally won our hearts. I am not sure she was such a fine actress much as she was just an appealing figure. She was graceful, and she looked like she couldn’t ever hurt a fly. Even when she was the complete bad-ass female, she just compelled you to watch and to like her.

Patience Ozokwor

Mama G! This is one case where no one cares if she is stereotyped or typecast, or if we’ve seen her in those same clothes and saying those same lines over and over and over again, no one can have enough of the inimitable characters that live and breathe through Ozorkwor. Her strength surely comes from just how much phone she seems to be having in character. And have you heard her scream ‘Hian!’ before? You immediately feel sufficiently entertained.

Onyeka Onwenu

You know her as a singer, but then she’s a phenomenal actress. Her credits include Government House, Women’s Cot, Conspiracy, Not Your Wealth, Widow amongst others. Conspiracy, where her character was an endearing lunatic women and which was blessed with her most successful songs as soundtrack, was perhaps her most powerful showcase. Onwenu’s acting prowess is intimidating – when she acts, you forget she’s a superstar. She lets the character swallow her.

Iretiola Doyle

She’s been in some dodgy movies with her dear husband, but all in all, Ms. Doyle – who takes a star turn as Sheila Ade-Williams in Mnet’s Tinsel series – has proven over time that she’ an actress to respect. Her sassiness always seems to shine through whatever the roll, and while her range hasn’t been wide; there is a depth that she consistently brings to her characters.

Liz Benson

Ah, the Grand Dame! What couldn’t Liz Benson act? The 16 year old, the goddess of perfection, the wicked stepmother, the chief executive, the adultress, the innocent wife, the witch, the angel … Nigeria’s film industry is yet to find any replacement for the woman who must have acted over 1000 movies in ten years. We loved her, loved her, loved her. I miss her, miss her, miss her. No one even comes close!

Clarion Chukwurah-Abiola

It’s a shame her mouth seems to always have the same expression, because save for that blip, Chukwurah-Abiola is one of the more imposing – and that is meant in the best of ways – of our aactresses. From Gold Diggers to Glamour Girls, when she gets angry, you are frightened; when she is happy you are joyful. She has an ability to infect you with her character – and surely that is a gift.

Ebele Okaro

It’s not the kind of name that immediately rings bells, but if you have been blessed to watch Ebele Okaro in performance, then you know that this star of movies such as Days of Rage and Egg of Life. I sat beside this woman on a flight to Enugu recently, and while I would more easily be star-mad when I see a Genevieve and inch for a photograph, I was only so star struck. It was enough to be that close to this under-appreciated acting royalty.

Rachel Oniga

Many of us grew up watching Rachel Oniga – the woman who should trademark her dead-on expression of a confused flustered, Nigerian woman. She’s now to be found sharing her talent in Yoruba movies, but for the brief period that she was in every other English offering, Oniga was a toast of many families. And she always had a grip on the tragic.

Ngozi Ezeonu

She probably shares that same charm as Dolly Unachukwu – where you can’t hate them evern when their characters are of the devil. Ezeonu kicked off her career in Nneka, The Pretty Serpent, she has gone on to occupy the role of gentle wife to the angry, rich chief. Sometimes the stereotypes become a bit too stifling, but Ezeonu sweetly manages to remain on the top of her game.

Rita Edochie

If it were America, she would probably be hailed as a method actor, here, she is reduced to acting the same role in all those “epic” movies Idumota is passionate about producing. The cadence of Edochie’s voice and the earthiness she brings to her roles make her one to watch constantly even though you’ve seen in her in that same role in a movie of another name. There is also a poetry to her movement that enthralls. She enthralls.

Camilla Mgberekpe

Her voice is a screech; a high, frightening screech. So it’s perghaps no surprise that her breakout films were the one where she was a witch and the other where she was the wicked mother-in-law (case in point, the movie ‘Evil Woman’). She’s not the kind of face you want to see when you wake up in the morning – lush with foreboding and forewarning – but it doesn’t mean you don’t get a chill in your bones when she gets that screech right. And the action to match.

Hilda Dokubo

You think Stella Damasus can cry? You think Nkiru Sylanus can cry? Then you obviously began to watch Nollywood movies a bit too late. Hilda Dokubo can cry for the United Nations, and cry she did in many movies since she launched out in Fatal Desire. Between the role of the oppressed wife and that of the prayer warrior, she had it all figured out. And we figured that we loved her.

Bukky Ajayi

There is something simple and un-dramatic acting about the woman everyone calles Aunty Buki. She comes at her roles with crispness and precision, whether it is a Yoruba or an English speaking movie. What this national treasure has stored inside her is a wealth of talent honed over time and spunk that has only gotten sharper with age.

Gloria Young

Oh dear, Glamour Girl, how we fell so madly in love with you. We always felt like we could lie on the feet of the former Ms. Anozie and just be safe. She has that effect on you – confident in her craft, easy in her movements, completely at home under the lights. She’s gone off the movie posters recently, but she still lights up the screens under Wale Adenuga’s many TV series.

Ngozi Nwosu

No one can hold this woman down. Those who have watched her career from her time in Igbo-language films will remember her spectacular performance in Evil Passion. But she truly won hearts long before, as one of Chief’s wives in the popular soap opera, Checkmate. Nwosu has been around a long time, her hoarse voice standing her out as much as her enviable talent.

Joke Silva

This woman deserves a medal for longevity – she seems to have been there from the beginning of our film industry, straddling film, television and stage and she is as relevant today as she was when she started out. Silva’s strengths include her impeccable diction, her deliciously methodical acting and her large expressiveness that’s a pleasure to watch on the big screen.

Funlola Aofiyebi/Bimbo Akintola

They’re not in the league of these women, in terms of age, but they just have to make this list. Bimbo Akintola’s broke out with her star turn with RMD in Out of Bounds, and Funlola through the soap opera Palace, but they have shown again and again that she is in a league of her own amongst her peers as an actress. Of course, she is so good that Nollywood doesn’t seem to know what to do with them. They just don’t fit into any box – especially when the box is titled mediocrity.

So there’s my list! Next week it will be the turn of the men. Do you disagree with any of the names? Or do you have your own list?

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Florence Onuma

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Eucharia Anunobi

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Dolly Unachukwu

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Patience Ozokwor

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Onyeka Onwenu

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Iretiola Doyle

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Liz Benson

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Clarion Chukwurah-Abiola

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Ebele Okaro

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Rachel Oniga

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Ngozi Ezeonu

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Rita Edochie

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Camilla Mgberekpe

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Hilda Dokubo

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Bukky Ajayi

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Gloria Young

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Ngozi Nwosu

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Joke Silva

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Bimbo Akintola

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Funlola Aofiyebi

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yes
hapiiiii | 4/7/2012 6:07:12 AM
i agree wit u nfc,dese ladies made nollywood step up in those days.....i miss most of dem...
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nfc
anon | 4/7/2012 6:44:44 AM |
nfc didnt compose the list.Go to ynaija.com d website composed it.Nfc u can show us worst actresses too frm ynaija.com
very good
Anna | 4/7/2012 7:18:25 AM |
OH when we are calling actresses bring out
Hilda dokubo-chai too much cry,too much emotions infact mercy johnson is d new hilda dokubo
Liz benson-oh words cant describe her acting powess,remebered d movie she did with omotola chai dey were great 2geda.
BIMBO AKINTOLA-D most brilliant actress to ever evolve frm nollywood no contender,any other bimbo is a counterfeit ha d movie DOMITILA see acting na.Diction ko- over check
And where is shola shobowale-dat woman in the movie DIAMOND RING OH GOD in heaven dis woman is wonderful.
Ha actresses don go,these are d women who made nollywood,dose newbees coming like de've arrived can like to learn,technology is just helpng dem.
I agree
Lalaland | 4/7/2012 7:37:13 AM |
As long as genefhuckingve no dey on the lust, when I fit calm down and breath well. But these are golden oldies list sha.
@lalaland
Minder | 4/7/2012 4:23:50 PM |
You see yourself now?You cannot get attention without mentioning Gene.You have used this trick enough to make yourself popular on this cite.Stop using Gene fame in getting popularity pls.Gene worked very hard for her fame so stop sharing it or using it to draw attention to yourself'You lolo and anna
minder
anna | 4/7/2012 4:53:44 PM |
hhahahahahaha mr man lemme tell u sumtn gene didnt give us fame,y'll replyng our comments gave us fame yes o.If we comment y'll must reply us and we end up gettin in a fight and yet we become knwn to sone unknown peeps,stop replying our comments,dat's just it.He has every right o mention whoever at any given time,dat's what y'll dont understnd.You culd have ignord him u knw but u keep paying attention to us,tell us How wont we become popular?
minder
anna | 4/7/2012 5:00:37 PM |
One more thing what have u contributed to the article? nothing.That is enuf evidence dat u pay too much atention to us.The time, space u used in replying the comment u should have commented on the topic.Why not leave us alone when mentionin genny's name,we have d right to mention whoever at any time...I mean what pains y'll soo much.
gud list
nky | 4/7/2012 7:48:19 AM |
OMG...hilda..liz benson etc i miss dem for movie o,i think those day movie re beta dan wht we ra seeing now
Best
Chi | 4/7/2012 6:13:25 AM
Such an incredible list.ngozi nwosu was one of chief's wife in fuji house of commotion and nt checkmate.u forgot to add shola shobowale,she is anoda great actress
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dats good
rugged sailor | 4/7/2012 6:22:29 AM
nfc u guys listed dem very well,wat of dat woman with surname called OWOH
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NFC So Correct
Leanie | 4/7/2012 6:26:14 AM
This list is very accurate oooh... I love to watch these women in movies. They bring purity to the roles unlike these up and coming actresses who act so fake in their roles... These women on the list are natural and I love them...
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Not so correct
Sholly | 4/7/2012 8:05:54 AM
Idowu Philips,shola shobowale,fausat balogun,lanre Hassan ,peju ogunmola etc did not make d list ,den u guys sure don't know nothing
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sholly
anon | 4/7/2012 8:16:19 AM |
Hmm u knw if ur acting yoruba movies i dont think dey regard dem as nollywood actresses o and it's cheating.
not complete
essy | 4/9/2012 3:45:32 AM |
wat of persons like Franca Brown and chinwe owoh
Not complete
Omotala, ini edo,rita dominic,genevive nnaji. | 8/2/2012 10:23:39 PM |
They re lovely and sexy actress
My view
Facts!!! | 4/7/2012 8:53:07 AM
I agree with ur list. What happened to all these classy actresses that stood out before all these sex symbols infested the scene. You should have added Ann Njemanze regardless of her predicament, Sola Shobowale (there can never be another in the yoruba industry) and Genevieve should still make the list cos she is the most consistent actress ever dt played all roles and left us spell bound from day 1.

I love Bimbo Akintola's voice, she acts like an aristocrat so much poise n class but I dont think she got anything from acting like compensation and money, they just left her hanging. Well probably she did it for the love of acting. Maybe cos she is not from the east or she is on d big side or short cos dt babe is very composed n calculative in her acting. Her english is superb
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nice
wumiblend | 4/7/2012 12:53:29 PM
fantastic 20
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Omotola 1 of all times
Yaya | 4/7/2012 1:14:43 PM
Is this a list of 20 best old actresses cause if it is of all time? No sir, our list not complete Omotola reigning since 1995 on TOP is the all time greatest! The rest of them have done well but come and go...the people reigning with her now are not her counterparts...they started way later than her...I remember mortal inheritance, day break, no rival e.t.c....I don't even know some people on that list! Where is Ann njemanze? This are omotola's mates, regina saki, Sandra chums e.t.c... I long for the old nollywood. I agree with Liz benson, ngozi ezeonu, joke silva e.t.c
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yaya
anna | 4/7/2012 2:30:07 PM |
Yes o during her days of mortal inheritance and the p********e.She created way for d likes of genny,rita and many of dem when nollywood was not appreciated but her movie mortal inheritance and the p********e made nollywood known.That was d first time nollywood was recognized a little bit internationally and she even won an international award.....Haters would admit.
yaya
anna | 4/7/2012 2:34:03 PM |
And she's still stronger dan ever even when married hahahaahahah she still dey kampe, intact.
not ok
stella | 4/7/2012 2:02:06 PM
the list is not komplete without mentioning Regina askia ,ego boyo ,obigeli molebo,ushe obi osotule,midread iweka ,edith jane azu and sola sobowale
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not ok at all
montana ny | 4/7/2012 7:09:14 PM
u right stella where is Regina Askia name missing there n shola sobowale?
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@facts
Anon | 4/7/2012 8:11:44 PM
U nailed it.. Bimbo is on a different league.. Most graceful.. I
Just luv dat lady!!
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Me
Me | 4/8/2012 12:38:37 AM
Agree with this list 100% I also think both Omotola and Genevieve do deserve their spot on the list. But over all a great group though.
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who nd who
more | 4/8/2012 3:10:33 AM
if all dis are listed as d greatest actress,who nd who is remaining?
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mumu
wahala | 4/8/2012 7:39:00 AM
this two anuofia Lala and the so call Ann.i finally concluded that u two have No other business,Than to open that guter u called mouth to abuse important peoples that is better than u asshollllllll.
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Gr8 bt nt complete tho!
Nan¥a | 4/9/2012 1:50:37 PM
I love all of em n more of em...Bimbo's awesomeness cn mk me kiss Her feet...I MISS D OLD NOLLYWOOD!
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top actresses in nigera
liz .o. | 4/10/2012 3:03:43 AM
i believe dis are list of woman what about d young ladies suh as omotola, reginal askia, sandra shums,stella damascus, ego boyo, sola sobowale and franca brown.think about it.
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good
emoni | 4/10/2012 11:24:00 AM
The list is just perfect but u forgot to mention SHOLA SOBOWALE, Chinwe Owoh,Omotola need to be on that list.
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Good
Chomy | 4/11/2012 7:17:36 AM
I agree wt u totally.these actresses were very good.i miss them xpecially Liz Benson.
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Haters of genny
Chomy | 4/11/2012 7:20:08 AM
All haters of Genny Celeb Star should go and fall into lion's den!
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Perfect
Angela | 4/11/2012 12:34:13 PM
This is a perfect list.
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Where is liz
Biggy | 4/11/2012 1:24:55 PM
I miss liz benson cos shes so good
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Nigeria actress
cordeli | 4/18/2012 5:40:36 AM
Liz benson
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Bristol Airport Hotels | 4/19/2012 7:24:27 PM
FTW2vG This is one awesome blog post.Thanks Again.
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Aaron
Akan. j | 4/20/2012 3:13:45 PM
I luv nigerian actresses especially INIEDO
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ego bayo pls come back
nike | 5/15/2012 2:53:52 PM
Ego bayo pls come back.NIGERIANS STILL WANT TO SEE YOU IN MOVIES
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Liz Benson
Blessing etang | 7/20/2012 1:44:56 AM
I luv Liz Benson she's good,great n wonderful i miss u mummy
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Gene
Verohapi | 7/22/2012 6:23:33 AM
My gene u are no 1 among the grtest actresses,may u liv long.
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Awesome and Brilliant
G.E | 7/24/2012 2:34:00 AM
All of them are too good, too awesome, too briliant. Truly gifted indeed. Well done and thank you oooooooo!!!
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YOU ARE GREAT, WE LOVE YOU ALL
CHESI FORBI | 7/28/2012 7:39:23 AM
i feel very proud when the media projects are great female talents from Nigeria, infact you all are great and we love you all from Cameroon, Keep up the good works. best of wishes.
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i love them
okechukwu | 8/15/2012 4:48:40 PM
i feel very proud when th media projects are great female talents from nigeria infact you all are great and we love you all from comeroon keep up the good work best of wishes
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i love them,rita,ngoze
okechukwu | 8/15/2012 4:57:19 PM
I agree with ur list. What happened to all these classy actresses that stood out before all these sex symbols infested the scene. You should have added Ann Njemanze regardless of her predicament, Sola Shobowale (there can never be another in the yoruba industry) and Genevieve should still make the list cos she is the most consistent actress ever dt played all roles and left us spell bound from day 1.

I love Bimbo Akintola's voice, she acts like an aristocrat so much poise n class but I dont think she got anything from acting like compensation and money, they just left her hanging. Well probably she did it for the love of acting. Maybe cos she is not from the east or she is on d big side or short cos dt babe is very composed n calculative in her acting. Her english is superb i love rita ectochre and ngoze ezeonu
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dfdg
ada | 8/22/2012 6:42:51 AM
it is good
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I LUV THEM
Jenny4shezzle | 8/22/2012 12:31:25 PM
I'm proud of nigeria actors,they can act,what people like to make them feel happy when ever they feel unhappy.so my personal advise s dat let them keep to makes nigerias to be proud of them and with Almighty God all visiable and invisiable things is possible for God to handle.Tns
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stop debating
ann BJ | 9/23/2012 12:28:26 PM
Joke Silva is the best,she has language power and she is very beautiful ,she acts well. infact she is my role model
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wonderful
mercy | 10/1/2012 3:00:37 PM
these people are wonderful
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i love u all
blessing e peter | 10/19/2012 5:07:17 AM
ur all are doing very well kep it up
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english
Douglas monday | 10/30/2012 12:16:14 AM
pls let us luk into nigeria actress and acts pls pay dem a gud money because dey make us to be wise pls i wnt to nollywood acts somebodie shuld help me am luking for job pls luv u al my best actress chika ike i wish u the best infact i ned u to be my help god be with u luv u buye
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JE VOUS AIME
brise inter | 12/7/2012 7:05:42 AM
i like them all they are perfect
they always make NIGERIA proud
JE VOUS AIME TOUS
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great Women of sustance
amegassi jummai | 12/17/2012 6:42:38 AM
they re indeed a great mother indeed, miss them all. one love
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Actress ngozi ezeonu
Ogechukwu | 1/5/2013 6:32:30 AM
Mummy ngozi ezeonu u too much,u always stand in d gap i luved wot u act in divine princess you showed luv to the less priviledge keep it up we love u
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Greetings
mr Emmanuel owhorji | 1/12/2013 3:09:15 AM
I love u all, wishin u all d best of it all. may d all mighty God bless all of U in jesus Name
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DEY RE 1DAFUL
Boslo | 2/20/2013 12:12:25 AM
All these women ve really make NFC 1daful, and also dey ve surport to make it grow. I LOVE DEM ALL.
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pls some are missing
amy nwa | 2/21/2013 9:37:16 AM
what about chinwe owo, chioma chukwuka akpota, oluebube nwagbo nko pls add hem up with this listed onec
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MATHS
KEHINDE IGE | 2/21/2013 1:32:56 PM
I LOVE MOVIES
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MATHS
KEHINDE IGE | 2/21/2013 1:33:01 PM
I LOVE MOVIES
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Men artise
Far joe | 2/23/2013 11:35:39 PM
Wher ar the men artise are not in the part of 1 of the naija great artise
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English
esther | 5/16/2013 5:20:38 AM
I love them all,but what about mercy.
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Hi friendzzzzzzzzz
vikramsarees | 6/1/2013 5:23:23 AM
Hi friend how are you
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Not so good,i dnt lyk it ok.its nt cmplt
Liya | 6/15/2013 4:48:24 PM
Where are the other grlz,its nt complete still more to be puted there such as ini,tönto,jackie and so more.but yah....this women ar grate nxt tym put this grlz.....
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Top Nigerian Nollywood Actress
Chairman Ikokwu | 6/30/2013 1:41:29 AM
World Nigerian Consortium Of Organizations wishes to congratulate Ms. Angela Okorie for her spectacular performances in her movies. She very much resembles Kim Kardarshian, the American top princess. We have enjoyed many of her movies and believes she can now join the exclusive club of Nollywood top movie princesses and queens such as Mercy Johnson, Tonto Dikeh, Rita Dominic, Uche Jumbo, Monalisa Chinda, Omotola Jalade, Patience Ozokwo, Franca Brown, Chiege Alisigwe, Genny Nnaji, Yvonne Nelson, Liz Benson, Ini Edo, Shan George, Oge Okoye, Nuella, Biola Ige, Nadia Buari, Regina Askia, Susan Patrick, Chioma Chukwuka, Ngozi Ezeonu, Chika Nancy Ike, Lilian Bach, Rita Ibrahim, Nkiru Sylanus, Hilda Dokubo, Florence Onuma, Eucharia Anunobi, Rita Edochie, Camilla Mgberekpe, Clarion Chukwura Abiola, Rachel Oniga, and a long list of others! God bless and give you more success, fame, wealth, good health, long life and happiness! Chairman Benney Ikokwu
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why
godwin | 7/28/2013 1:29:14 AM
what about CHINWE OWOH
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Remark
Benson | 9/21/2013 10:08:58 AM
I really love these creative and talented Africans who made entertainment so lively
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remark
cido | 9/23/2013 2:15:41 PM
i love the role of patience ozokwa in the movie industry..she is so creative and makes the movie look more real than the nigerian movie we used to watch..i want to say keep it up to madam patience
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Nigerian ActressesThe Greatest
World Nigerian | 9/24/2013 9:18:17 PM
From watching many Nigerian Nollywood movies, we can see that Nigeria is overflowing with many highly talented actresses. Almost all (except Tonto and Annie Macaulay) are very bright, skilled, entertaining and fun to watch. It seems so natural to them like acting flows in their blood. We can even be very bold to declare that Nigerian actresses are now the greatest actresses in the world. And they are all beautiful and attractive too! Wow! If any one has any doubts, let him'her spend a month just watching Nigerian movies!
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GREAT LADIES
DENNIS TAMUNO | 11/2/2013 11:43:58 AM
THESE ARE GREAT LADIES MADE NIGERIA MOVIE INDUSTRY GO GAGA, THESE ARE LADIES THAT DRAW THE ATTENTION OF THE WORLD TO FOCUSE ON NIGERIA, THESE ARE LADIES THAT MADE 100% OF NIGEARIANS SIT IN THEIR HOUSE TO WATCH NOLLYWOOD MOVIES, THESE ARE LADIES WITH HIGH ESTEEMED, THESE ARE LADIES WE WILL NEVER FORGET IN THE HISTORY OF THE MOVIE INDUSTRY IN THIS JET AGE.
THEY ARE THE PILLER AND THE FOUNDATION OF OUR INDUSTRY, THEREFORE THE SELECTION WAS PERFECT, I HAVE PERSONALY GIVEN THEM....................... KUDOS.
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hello frienzzzzzzzzzzzzz
sonia | 2/12/2014 1:03:11 PM
may God bless u all
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PURIFICATION AND CLEANSING
CAPT. VITALIS | 4/18/2014 1:02:06 AM
Nigerian movie industry has continued to receive a global spread and international attention. Nobody should be allowed to drag the industry's name to the mud. Any woman or man who has decided to divorce his or her partner in the name of Nollywood should be banned permanently. These are the bad eggs of the society, and should not be allowed to act as a role model to the upper and coming young ones.
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PURIFICATION AND CLEANSING
CAPT. VITALIS | 4/18/2014 1:03:05 AM
Nigerian movie industry has continued to receive a global spread and international attention. Nobody should be allowed to drag the industry's name to the mud. Any woman or man who has decided to divorce his or her partner in the name of Nollywood should be banned permanently. These are the bad eggs of the society, and should not be allowed to act as a role model to the upper and coming young ones.
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PURIFICATION AND CLEANSING
CAPT. VITALIS | 4/18/2014 1:06:42 AM
Nigerian movie industry has continued to receive a global spread and international attention. Nobody should be allowed to drag the industry's name to the mud. Any woman or man who has decided to divorce his or her partner in the name of Nollywood should be banned permanently. These are the bad eggs of the society, and should not be allowed to act as a role model to the upper and coming young ones.

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Thank God
Smart | 5/12/2014 10:49:44 AM
I thank God for nigeria industry their are all doing their best to make shore that we have a movie industry
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Thank God
Smart | 5/12/2014 10:49:56 AM
I thank God for nigeria industry their are all doing their best to make shore that we have a movie industry
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Thank God
Smart | 5/12/2014 10:50:08 AM
I thank God for nigeria industry their are all doing their best to make shore that we have a movie industry
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Thank God
Smart | 5/12/2014 10:50:34 AM
I thank God for nigeria industry their are all doing their best to make shore that we have a movie industry
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Thank God
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I thank God for nigeria industry their are all doing their best to make shore that we have a movie industry
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Smart | 5/12/2014 10:51:01 AM
I thank God for nigeria industry their are all doing their best to make shore that we have a movie industry
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