Africa to the World, I Am So Proud: Funke Akindele’s Hubby JJC Skillz Celebrates Entertainment in Nigeria

Africa to the World, I Am So Proud: Funke Akindele’s Hubby JJC Skillz Celebrates Entertainment in Nigeria

  • Funke Akindele's husband, JJC Skillz, just like many other Nigerians is proud of how far the entertainment industry has come
  • JJC took to his Instagram page with a post expressing how proud he is that Africa has gone far on the international scene
  • The filmmaker is definitely one to know how much the industry has evolved as he used to be a singer based in the UK

Funke Akindele's husband, JJC Skillz, has expressed how happy he is with how far entertainment has come.

2021 has been a great year for the Nigerian entertainment industry especially in the music scene, both home and abroad.

The year started on a high, with Wizkid and Burna Boy bagging Grammy awards and Wizkid going on to break several records internationally with his single Essence off the Made in Lagos album.

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JJC Skillz says he is proud of Nigerian entertainment
JJC Skillz celebrates the Nigerian entertainment industry. Photo credit: @jjcskillz
Source: Instagram

Africa to the world

Reacting to the many 2021 wins, JJC Skillz revealed that he is proud of the journey so far and hoped that it would be forward ever from there.

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Accompanying the post with a dashing photo of himself, the filmmaker also attributed the success to togetherness and association with love and less pride.

He wrote:

"So proud of our journey so far. Africa to the world, forward forever backwards never. Together we rise. More love less pride."

See the post below:

Fans praise JJC Skillz


"Indeed, Forward Ever Backward Never."


"More grace sir. 2022 will be more of God's grace ijn."


"Looking dapper."


"My mentor @jjcskillz blessed!!!"



O2 arena officials present Wizkid with artwork

Nigerian singer Ayodeji Balogun aka Wizkid finally concluded his three-day run of the Made in Lagos (MIL) concert in London.

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Some officials of the O2 Arena came together to congratulate the music star for a successful show and also commend him for selling out the 20k capacity venue for three different nights.

Wizkid had sold-out shows at the O2 Arena on November 28, 29, and December 1.

Wizkid, in turn, expressed his gratitude and appreciation for getting the chance to perform at the top-tier venue.


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