Love is sweet when it is appreciated and tolerated and Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli, is one of those who have joined the clique of celebs having solid homes.

In 1996, while still at the university, she delved into Nollywood, but took a 10-year break and got married before returning to the screens in 2009. The next year, she featured in the award-winning film, ‘The Figurine’, which won the Best Picture award at the 2010 African Movie Academy Awards.

Also in 2010, Omoni won the award for Best Actress; Narrative Feature at the Los Angeles Movie Awards, and the award for Best Actress at the Harlem International Film Festival. She was nominated for the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2011 Africa Movie Academy Awards.

In 2014, she took her self-directed movie, ‘Being Mrs Elliot’ to the Presidency, where it was premiered and had President Goodluck Jonathan in attendance.

Today October 28, 2014, makes it exactly 14 years since the actress got married to her husband, Nnamdi Oboli and she has been joyous mood to have been able to sustain her home this far.

In her words, the actress wrote; “14 years don waka! We still dey carry go, nobody waka, no body go solo! 14 years of everything! Fun, laughter, love, companionship, headache, craziness lol! My boyfriend, my lover, my everything! There’s no me without you @nnamdioboli The wind beneath my wings! I can soar because you let me! May God keep us going stronger as the years go by! Love you to infinity and beyond! #Happy 14 anniversary The Obolis #We keep going strong #We are Royalty.”

© 2014

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