Iyabo Ojo, Shaffy Bello, others stun in dazzling photos
Written by maxfmeditor3 on July 17, 2023
It was a momentous and highly anticipated day for Odunlade Adekola, the renowned Nollywood actor poised to become the next box office sensation. The excitement had been building up for days as he eagerly counted down to the premiere of his latest movie, and when the day finally arrived, he didn’t disappoint. Odunlade Adekola took the opportunity to immerse his colleagues in a captivating world of rich Yoruba culture.
The movie premiere took place on a splendid Sunday, July 16th, at the prestigious Circle Mall, located in Jakande, Lekki. The event was graced by a multitude of esteemed Nollywood stars, who added an extra layer of glamour and excitement to the occasion.
The red carpet saw a dazzling array of celebrities, with luminaries such as Iyabo Ojo, Shaffy Bello, Toyin Abraham, Eniola Ajao, Nkechi Blessing, Mercy Aigbe, along with their respective partners, all attending the premiere. The star-studded gathering also included notable personalities such as Mo Bimpe and her husband, Lateef Adedimeji, Itele, Sanyeri, Mr. Macaroni, Kie Kie, Bimbo Thomas, Jaiye Kuti, Jide Awobona, Laide Bakare, and many more.
Keeping in perfect harmony with the movie’s theme, the red carpet was transformed into a showcase of magnificent Yoruba attire. Celebrities paraded the carpet, bedecked in their resplendent and diverse traditional Yoruba outfits, truly embodying the essence of the occasion.
Among the attendees, a few standout stars emerged as the best dressed of the event. Nkechi Blessing, Iyabo Ojo, Mo Bimpe, Shaffy Bello, Toyin Abraham, and Eniola Ajao, captured everyone’s attention with their impeccable sense of style, leaving a lasting impression with their stunning ensembles.
The premiere was a resounding success, filled with glitz, cultural pride, and the presence of Nollywood’s finest talents. Odunlade Adekola’s movie undoubtedly brought forth a celebration of Yoruba culture and showcased the remarkable talent that continues to thrive in the Nigerian film industry.