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“She learnt thru the pain” Actor Sanni Alesh stirs emotions as he pays tribute to Funke Akindele for breaking Nollywood history

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Yoruba Nollywood actor Sanni Alesh has stirred emotions online as he pens a warming tribute to Funke Akindele for breaking another Nollywood history.

Sanni Alesh shared a post on Instagram containing a photo of Funke Akindele and an emotional write-up of how the actress keeps breaking barriers.

Sanni Alesh praised Funke Akindele for her courage, personality, goal setter and much desired lifestyle.

The actor praised Funke Akindele for breaking yet another history in Nollywood as the first actress to have her name printed on the ballot.

He also hightled that Funke Akindele has conquered the world and gained victory despite the loss she suffered at the ongoing Lagos gubernatorial polls.

He wrote, “Aunty Funke. I have so much to say about you ⭐️ your lifestyle, your courage, your personality ❤️ you a goal getter 👏 so proud of you always @funkejenifaakindele

She came… She saw… She learnt thru the pain, the huge loss she spent and was spent, then she conquered, she conquered because she is the first actress to even dare to have her name on a ballot, History has been made…

Elections have come and gone, but this path you have just opened up a lot will follow in vour footsteps and because you did this 🙏

It will be our VICTORY then… We will not forget that you charted this course… Obirin takun takun

You are cut from a different fabric, and they don’t make them like that anymore… It will always be love from here.”

Funke Akindele breaks Nigerian records again

Kemi Filani recalls that Funke Akindele broke another record in the Nigerian film industry.

The mother of two beat her own records for the highest grossing film at the Nigeria box office.

A post shared by Film One revealed that Funke Akindele’s latest movie, Battle on Buka Street, broke the record of her 2020 released film, Omo Ghetto The Saga.

Battle on Buka Street netted 640 million naira at the box office, beating Omo Ghetto the Saga of 636 million naira.

Filmone on Instagram noted that the only competition the actress had was with herself.

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