- Actress Patience Ozokwo has got her fans talking after she shared a post on social media
- The actress shared a photo of her early days in Nollywood, noting that her eyes were on the goal
- The film star noted that two of her friends from university dragged her into the film industry
Veteran actress Patience Ozokwo recently went down memory lane to recall how her journey into Nollywood started.
Taking to her official Instagram page, the actress shared a throwback photo of her younger self, noting that the photo was from her early days in Nollywood.
According to her, She was introduced to the film industry by Chief Zebrudaya also known as Chika Okpala, and Pete Eneh who is now late.
The actress stated that the men were her classmates and were intrigued by how much she made them laugh in class.
According to the funny woman, the men made sure that she got into Nollywood. Patience noted that before she started acting on TV, she was doing radio drama and stage plays.
"I was introduced to Nollywood by chief Zebrudaya (Chika Okpala) and Pete Eneh (may God continue to rest his soul). They were my classmates in Esute mature university program. They couldn't believe how much I made them laugh every day in class. They practically dragged me into Nollywood (story for another day). Before then I was doing radio drama and stage play."
The actress' fans took to her comment section to react to her post.
Read some comments below:
"My all time favourite movie of you Submission."
"My baby girl."
"Living legend. total respect mother."
"Beautiful mama G."
"I love you mummy."
"Mama has always been pretty."
"The beauty is intimidating."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Zubby Michael shared a throwback video of the 1st time he appeared in a Nollywood movie.
The music video titled, This Kind of Woman, featured Patience Ozokwo, Charles Awurum, and Tonto Dikeh.
In the video, Ozokwo who is also known as Mama G sat with Zubby at a beer parlour with other people. Mama G was claiming to be 20-years-old and would be 19 the next year.
When Charles Awurum tried to argue with the actress, she threatened to break a bottle on his head.
Sola Oloruni is a Legit.ng journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.
Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.