Omoni Oboli celebrates 42nd birthday with throwback photo

Omoni Oboli celebrates 42nd birthday with throwback photo

- Omoni Oboli has taken to social media to celebrate her birthday on April 22

- The talented Nollywood actress and filmmaker recently turned 42

- Oboli who is a mother of three shared a throwback photo and a stunning new one to mark the day

Birthdays are beautiful reasons to celebrate and Omoni Oboli is certainly in a cheerful mood as she recently added another year. The talented Nollywood actress and filmmaker turned 42 on April 22.

To mark the day with her Instagram followers and fans, the My Wife & I star went down memory lane as she took to her official page to share a throwback photo of herself from her time in UniBen, 20 years ago.

Sharing the photo, she wrote: "Let’s kick off with this throwback picture of over 20 years ago in Uniben Mama was a rolling stone! I was all legs though I’m thankful for life, for family, for friends, for my Career and for you all."

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She also shared another photo, this time a recent one, and thanked God for blessing her with another year which she plans to live to the maximum.

She wrote: "Lord I thank you for your grace upon my life! I am so unworthy yet you chose to bless me Thank you for another birthday! Chapter 42 and I’m more than determined to live life to the max! I can’t keep calm, it’s my birthday "

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Meanwhile, as Nigeria and the world continue to battle with the global pandemic, coronavirus also known as COVID-19, it has become obvious that the world may never go back to how it was before the arrival of the deadly virus.

Nollywood stars, Lala Akindoju and Beverly Naya, recently took to social media to speak on movie making and how coronavirus will change the game. Naya questioned if actors would still be allowed to kiss or hold conversations in close proximity when shooting movies.

Agreeing to this, Akindoju stated that there may be a need to restructure the lives of actors as it can no longer be business as usual.

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