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Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, gets her letter of confirmation as a member of the OSCARS voting board.

Being among the new members invited to join the group behind the Oscars film awards, Actress and philanthropist, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, has now received her letter of confirmation has a member of the OSCARS voting board.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde shared the photo of the letter of confirmation on social media yesterday August 4,2018 with the caption;

She’s here!
The letters… Holding them is Amazing. That little girl from iyana-ipaja is Truly an Academy Voting Member guys… Waoh!!!
#Dream #Believe #itispossible #WeAreTheAcademy #Closer #Oscars #Africacoming

Check out the photos;

Prior to this time, the reports had been received by many Nigerians with shock and excitement as though the actress has never received the award up until now, she is going to be one of those who would decide which entertainer deserves to be nominated

The curvy actress appears to be stopping at nothing to attain success of her own, as well as balance her home front to keep her marriage

Some of the names invited alongside Ekeinde and Odugbemi include Daniel Kaluuya, Mindy Kaling, Tiffany Haddish, Kumail Nanjiani, Blake Lively, Amy Schumer, Olivia Munn, Kal Penn, Pedro Pascal, Amber Tamblyn, Damon Wayans, Gina Rodriguez, Sarah Silverman, Jada Pinkett Smith and Evan Rachel Wood.

In 1995, at the age of 16, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde started the journey to becoming a Nollywood legend with the movie, “Venom of Justice.”

But it was her portrayal of a sickle-cell patient in the 1995 movie “Mortal Inheritance” that placed her as a potential star. A widely acknowledged classic, “Mortal Inheritance” has remained relatable over time and is arguably one of the actress’ best works yet.

She followed up her remarkable breakout role with the 1998 movie “Scores to Settle,” which starred her as the demon-possessed Sade, alongside Richard Mofe Damijo and Liz Benson.

Ever since then, her career has been nothing but diverse with household movies such as “Blood Sister,” “Lost Kingdom,” “Games Women Play,” “The Tribunal,” “Alter Ego” and “I Belong.”

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