Nollywood actress Funke Akindele Bello has delighted her fans with a cheering message on the importance of staying focused and achieving one’s dreams.
The” Omo Ghetto the Saga” movie star shared a video on Instagram stating the importance of attaining the grand prize.
The video captured Funke Akindele’s behind the scene moments from different locations for a movie.
She wrote: Staying focused is key in achieving your dreams and getting to the top but consistency gives you
relevance and keeps you at the top.
NB: Eyes on the prize!!!
Have a wonderful week ahead”
Nigerians who reacted to the video commended Funke Akindele’s strong spirit and focus while appreciating her for delighting them with beautiful content.
Laolugbenjo: Eyes on the prize
paneo_kidscloset: Always my sister, eyes on the prize without getting distracted by the noise around!!
bimsofresh: Consistency Compounds! Consistency is key! Thank you for this sis
_thatsophiagirl: I love you @funkejenifaakindele you are a fighter…. More than a go-getter, I see a fighter. One that has fought, and is still fighting. I like your spirit. Do not let anything stop or dim your light. I’d possible, remove anything that is trying to steal your peace. @funkejenifaakindele always and forever a fan
journey20082: I tap from your focus. Been a fan for ages. the past few days. Your words and focus has given me more lights #MoreGrace Jeni baby
daraxceldigitals: Success does not come cheap stay focused on achieving your goals
Kemi Filani recalls that this is not the first time the actress has hinted at her new project.
Some time ago, Funke Akindele shared a throwback photo of herself donning the famous Omo Ghetto jacket and a caption that hinted at her new movie.
The Jenifa’s Diary creator revealed that she is set to break a new record.
This was after her last project, Omo Ghetto The Saga, broke the four years record set by movie producer, Kemi Adetiba’s King of Boys.
Funke Akindele became Nigeria’s box office queen after Omo Ghetto The Saga netted over 600 million naira in the Nigerian cinemas.
The movie was reported to have also made good sales in other countries.