How South Africa Can Make You a Top Nigerian Celeb

How South Africa Can Make You a Top Nigerian Celeb

South Africa has groomed and spotlight many Nigerian celebs who then go back home to shine.

The Rainbow Nation is still the best in Africa in terms of quality movies, tv shows and dramas.

 

Many Nigerians currently school in South African film schools whilst others learn pragmatically as entrepreneurs.

The top notch skills gathered in South Africa give many Nigerians a competitive edge when they return home.

One of the hottest Naija artists today, Ademiluyi Adelegan sharpened his acting skills in South Africa before relocating to Nigeria over a year ago.

Adelegan is one of the supporting actors in ‘Hush’, an M-Net original productions. He plays Folahan in ‘Hush’ and he towers as a star to reckon with in the Nigerian film and tv world.

He recently told nigeriansinsouthafrica.co.za that it was his experience in South Africa that affords him to put his foot on a very high rung of the Nigerian film and tv ladder.

“My experience and role on Jacob’s Cross did not make me to stay in a long queue before I can hit the limelight in Nigeria”, he happily said.

Adelegan was also on Mirage of Life, Rhythm City, Lincoln Clan, Jungle Fever (Egyptian film) et al in South Africa before touch basing back home.

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Femi Oshin is a publisher at Nigeriansinsouthafrica.ca.za and Producer /Presenter of Agogo Ayo on Africa Magic Yoruba.

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