The beautiful mother of four has added another statuette to her impressive board of honour. This time, the United Nations (UN) honoured the actress and recognized her as one of the most influential people from Africa.
Recently, the veteran actress has been hinting fans about this upcoming achievement with the pictures she has been sharing on her Instagram page.
These photos highlighted her wining and dining with other renowned people in several private receptions in honour of her and several other new members of a particular academy.
Also, the beautiful Actress featured in a UN Most Influential People from African Descent (MIPAD) Leadership Training which also saw several other dignitaries in attendance.
It was after wetting the appetites of her fans with these pictures of her in the US that she let the cat out of the bag.
The actress who recently bagged an award at the just concluded Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award 2018 has proven her relevance yet again with this new recognition as one of the most influential persons from Africa.
In capturing her appreciation and excitement over her latest success, Omosexy, as she is popularly called, shared some lovely pictures of herself and wrote this expressive caption: “Honoured to be one of the Most Influential 100 People of African Descent at the United Nations by @mipad100.”
A lot of her fans have taken to congratulating her on her new recognition. A lot of them attested to the fact that she was worth the attention and honour.
A well expressed congratulatory message also came from Joke Silva, a veteran actress and Omotola’s colleague, in the Nollywood industry.
In sending forth her best wishes with regards to this achievement and congratulating her illustrious friend, 57-year-old Joke had this to say:
“So proud darling. Remember I told you it was a “big deal”and it is…slightly jealous of you though ..but still immensely proud”
Meanwhile one of South Africa’s biggest magazines, ‘Elle Magazine’ , featured Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Former Minister For Education, Oby Ezekwesili and Footballer, Blessing Okagbare among it’s list of 50 Incredible African Women who are impacting positively in the continent.
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