Regardless of the controversy that followed the presidential premiere of Omoni Oboli's box office movie, ‘Being Mrs Elliott’, the Nollywood actress, director and producer is not weighed down by critics.
Speaking on the acceptance rate of the movie at the cinemas, Omoni said “the rate at which the movie was accepted is overwhelming. It was really worth all the sleepless nights and hard work, just to see the way ‘Being Mrs Elliott’ was accepted. During the premiere, the cinema release, I felt so loved and appreciated.
According to her “I couldn't have done it without all lovers of Omoni. Doing something I had not done before was a bit scary. But seeing the love, acceptance, encouragement, prayers and calls, I know that I am on the right path. Even at the cinemas, people were always telling me “Omoni, you did well”, “congratulations” “way to go girl”, and I am indeed grateful.”
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