- Nollywood actor, Osita Iheme clocked 38 years on February 20, 2020
- Fellow actor who often played his brother in movies, Chinedu Ikedieze took to social media to celebrate him
- The two shot into limelight following the success of the movie Aki and Pawpaw
Anyone who is a fan of Nollywood movies is definitely familar with the name, Osita Iheme. The veteran actor who became popular for his role of 'Pawpaw' in the film Aki na Ukwa, has definitely made his mark in the industry.
On February 20, 2020, Iheme turned 38 and Chinedu Ikedieze, who acted alongside him as Aki, has taken to social media to celebrate him with beautiful words. Sharing a photo of them having a drink, he noted that they had come a long way.
He wrote: "We've come a long way. Happy birthday to my buddy #osita! Walk and never stumble, brotherly "
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Iheme who is hails from Mbaitoli, Imo State, Nigeria, grew up in Abia State and has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Lagos State University.
In 2003, he rose to fame in the comedy film Aki na Ukwa in which he played the role of 'Pawpaw'. He has played the role of a child in many of his films but later has adopted more mature roles.
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Meanwhile, Burna Boy has certainly left social media buzzing following his recent rants on social media about being the best and getting all by himself. Well, not everyone seems to agree and one of them is Eedris Abdulkareem.
The veteran musician in a recent interview with TVC Connect, stated that Burna Boy needs to apologize to Nigerians over his remarks. He also accused him of stealing from Many of Fela's songs.
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