These are just a brief bio of the Nigerian casts in the Black Panther movie.
Tunde Laleye is a Nigerian and indigene of Lagos state. He moved to the United States with his family in 1997 where he completed his secondary school education. He is a registered nurse and studied the Eric Morris Process of Acting. He has acted in several films and television series including Zoo and MacGyver. He is a Border Tribesman (uncredited) in the Black Panther.
Sola Aluko was part of the cast in the popular movie Pitch Perfect 2. The Nigerian-born mother of two speaks four languages including her native language, Yoruba. She has two degrees in marketing and engineering and also studied Drama education at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA) and has performed at the National Arts Theatre in Lagos, Nigeria.
She has acted in The Good Lie, 96 minutes and Identity Thief. She plays the role of Shaman.
Tari Omoro Jr.
Tari is an American of Nigerian descent. He fell in love with acting while studying computer science at the Tyler Junior College. He was a member of the crew of the box office film, Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. Black Panther will be his first film. He is a Jabari Drummer (uncredited).
Not much is known about Opegbemi. He played the role of a Club Patron in the TV series, Empire, in 2017. He is a Jabari Warrior in Black Panther.
Okocha is an American-born Nigerian. He has featured in so many movies, even way back in 2012. His best performance in any movie seemed to be in the 2013 film, Speechless. He plays the role of Bueze in the Black Panther.
Nollywood actress, Caroline Danjuma has yet again lost a loved one, coming after she lost Tagbo last year. Caroline Danjuma lost her Grandmother to the cold hands of death in the early hours of Thursday, 8th February 2018, which is her 3rd loss in 4 months.
Sharing a photo with her Grandmother, Caroline Danjuma recounted past moments she shared with her and how it had a huge impact in her life. Here’s what she wrote below;
You taught me to be strong when I am going through the storm . You were my mother/ grandmother/ father / teacher/ mentor .. I was your little angel . You taught me how to write, read , cook , pray .. taught me how to be neat and you emphasised on it. Constantly giving me words of advice since I was a child. When I go astray you scolded me then pulled me back with love .. I grew...
A Nigerian soldier, Daniel Ndubuka Ekpo, who lost one of his legs while fighting the Boko Haram terrorists in the North East has now taken to Facebook to call out the Army Authorities, asking for proper treatment.
According to him, he lost of one his legs after his armored tank ran into an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) during an operation
He says the Nigerian Army has not given him a proper treatment after the incident, and he's really suffering at the hospital where he's being admitted.
Read what he wrote below.
'I am a soldier among those that fight the menace of insurgency/Boko Haram at the North East,my Tank Ran into (IED) Improvised Explosive Device. in d process my two legs Was badly...
So Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola announced his arrival on Instagram yesterday, after many years off social media and his refusal to use smart phones.
He shared his first post yesterday with the caption, ‘to wad away fake accounts, I have started my own genuine Instagram’. This single post generated lots of comments from Nigerians and potential followers.
Among those who commented were Dj Cuppy and Temi Otedola.
We wonder if the billionaire will have enough time to post regularly on the platform.