The Nollywood actress shared a picture appreciating her fans and followers with the caption:
“Now who’s got the best FANS?????????? 8 million😘😘😘😘😘 for all my fans!!! Love you all”.
Cee-C makes Nollywood debut, ‘Fake Liars’
The movie was directed by multiple award-winning movie actor and producer, Elvis Chucks.
Cee-C starred alongside veterans, Nkem Owoh (Osuofia), Hafiz Oyetoro, Charles Okocha, Caroline Danjuma, and Broda Shaggi.
The movie directed by Chucks, tells a story of the quest to impress and the social media pressure to please others.
“They mostly turn out to be `professional’ liars, whose desires for self-validation almost made them destroy the most important things in their lives,” he said.
Synopsis: In the Quest to impress, and the social media pressure to please others in our modern-day society, they turned out to be Fake and professional Liars. who’s a desire for self-validation led them to almost destroying the most important things in their lives.
British-Nigerian actor Chris Obi accused of rape in London
Chris Obi, a British-Nigerian who featured in Netflix’s Star Trek: Discovery, is facing allegations of rapes and sex attacks on six students at his home in Notting Hill, London
Obi, 48, was alleged by his accusers to have attacked the women while acting out love scenes during private lessons between July 2012 and August 2018.
The Sun said the actor was taken into custody at Heathrow Airport when he returned to the UK from Los Angeles.
But he has denied the allegations and was released by police on bail.
Obi worked as artistic director at the Actor in Session drama school, but none of the alleged offenses are believed to have taken place at the Kensington and Chelsea College.
A Met police spokesman said: ‘The allegations have been made by six female complainants and relate to separate incidents that allegedly took place at an address in the Notting Hill area.’
Obi played a Klingon in Netflix’s Star Trek: Discovery.
Christopher Obi Ogugua is an actor and filmmaker who trained at Drama Centre London and graduated in 2001.
He was born in London to an Igbo father on 24 September 1970.
He has done a season at the Royal Shakespeare Company where he was directed by Sir Antony Sher in the four-hander, Breakfast with Mugabe and a season at the Globe Theatre in 2007, according to a Wikipedia post on him.
Cultural Queen advocates for legal actions against rapists
Miss Iyimide Shola-Shittu who reigned as the immediate past Queen Moremi Ajasoro has called for severe legal actions against rapists to save the lives of young and innocent girls in the country.
Shittu said this on Sunday in Lagos following the recent recurrences of rape of some young girls in parts of the country.
She said that if proper investigations had been conducted and penalties meted on past perpetrators, intending rapists would have learned their lessons and stayed away from the act.
” The act keeps going on because of lack of proper investigations and the enforcement of strong legal actions against those heartless men who do not have moral upbringing.
” Any suspected sexual harassment or assault should be reported to the appropriate government agencies, while the culprits should be exposed and be treated like hardened criminals.
” When the victim keeps silence, the rapist will go ahead with his act unchecked. So, every victim must always summon the courage to speak out against the injustice done to her.”
She advised both the Federal and state governments to impress on security agents the need for them to be strict on rape perpetrators without sentiments.
” The government needs to take rape seriously because it is equivalent to murder,” she said.
According to Shittu, society needs to understand that the stigma that rape brings on its victims makes it difficult for them to voice out, thereby allowing the predator to go scot-free.
She noted that the public should always sympathize with rape victims instead of stigmatizing them because the victims never wished to be raped.
Shittu advised the public to always listen to the stories of rape victims and help them with proper legal action against rapists.
She also added, ” A proper education on rape should be given to both genders at a tender age. The thought of rape does not come up in a day, it lingers in the mind for a very long time and such should be monitored.
” Let people understand that jokes about rape is not acceptable and should be condemned as victims can react violently to such,” she said.
She also suggested that proper medication and therapy should be given to victims of rape to avoid them from becoming rapists themselves.
The former beauty queen, who currently runs a non-governmental organization against child molestation said that girls should learn self-defense as a way to escape an unsuspecting rapist.
“ A child must not be allowed to grow up with pains and scars from a painful past, child molestation and abuse are some of the factors that can hinder a child from having a fulfilled adulthood.
” Due to the hazardous effects that come with it, we should teach our children how to avoid being victims of rape, and how to defend themselves against unsuspecting criminals, ” she said.
She said that her pet project, the “Queen Iyimide Foundation (QIF)” had continued to carry out awareness programs against child molestation and abuse across the country.
She added that it had also been addressing the problems associated with incessant rape in society.
“The last edition I had was in Ekiti in May which preached love and respect for the young ones instead of molesting and endangering their lives,” she said.
QMA beauty pageant was an initiative of the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, aimed at encouraging young girls to learn and promote the heroic virtues of the legendary Queen Moremi Ajasoro in contemporary society.
History has it that Moremi Ajasoro saved the people of Ile-Ife from their attackers several centuries ago.