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Check out 5 Nollywood actresses who are in their 40s, but look way younger (Photos)

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Age they say is just a number, and some people really do prove that.

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Though some people may look older than their age, others tend to look even way younger than their age, and some Nollywood actresses fall in this category.

The more they age, the finer they become. They keep glowing as they age, and give us the age goals.

Scroll through the photos below to check out these five (5) actresses who are in their 40s but look like they are in their 20s

1. Genevieve Nnaji

One of the most popular Nollywood actress and movie producer is Genevieve Nnaji. She was born on the 3rd of May, 1979. She is currently 41 years, but looks like she hasn’t aged a day since she graced our screens.

Genevieve Nnaji

2. Kate Henshaw

Kate is also one of the pioneers of the movie industry. She was born in 19th of July 1971. She is also currently 49 years of age but looks way younger than her age.

3. Omotola Jalade

The mother of four is also one of the most popular Nollywood actress in the movie industry. She has featured in over 300 films. She was born on the 7th of February, 1978. She is 42 years of age, but she makes us want to be like her in our 40s.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Stuns In A New Photo With Son

4. Funke Akindele

Funke is popularly known for her comical series “Jenifer’s diaries”. She was born on the 24 the of August, 1977. She is also 41 years old looks like she’s younger than that.

5. Chioma Akpotha

Another talented Nolywood actress is Chioma Akpotha Chukwuka. She was born on the 12th of March, 1980. She is 40, but looks like she’s in her 20s.

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“You should be carrying a child not balloon” – Lady drags her friend as she celebrates wedding anniversary

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A young married Nigerian woman has shared an emotional story of how her friend mocked her over her childlessness during her 3rd wedding anniversary celebration.

The lady posted a photo of her and her husband holding a balloon in the shape of number 3 and reacting to the photo, her friend humiliated her by saying she should be holding a child of her own not a balloon.

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“I got married on my birthday 6 years ago. So its always a holiday literally in our home… yeah great stuff but I have a story. Stay with me

I posted this picture as per felicitations on MY BIRTHDAY, ON MY PAGE and a ‘friend’ (at that time) sends a message.

This was the message…
Happy Birthday Kiki. Wishing you many more wins. This is coming from a place of love, dont you think its embarrassing that for your 3rd year anniversary you are making your husband carry a balloon when he should be carrying his child/children? This should be more of a reflection so I believe in times like this, have wisdom so your enemies will not rejoice over you. Xoxo

I kept that message. I laughed. I clapped. I ‘Heheheddd , I folded my hands put them on my head. It was s000 many feelings I couldn’t express.

For me it was just a picture. I was celebrating a healthy marriage & a happy birthday. I was genuinely in a happy place. I truly evaluated where my mind was and the smile on this picture was for me. I was honestly thankful for the amazing life I have.

My Life wasnt & still isnt perfect, but it is mine. I dnt deserve that message & in my heart I knew I had lost a friend.
I never deleted that message TILL TODAY. I had transferred that same screenshot from BlackBerry, to Samsung to iPhone to Eternally VEX

It wasnt worth it. Which of God’s mercies can I deny? None!!!!
I’m shedding weight in my life I’m decluttering. 2020 has been heavy but unforgettable in amazing ways.

I have been cleaning house, work, closet, everything except my heart.
That’s where the hard work is… If 2020 taught us anything… Its definitely that there is no time for ‘IRANU’ & no one and nothing should have enough power to hold your Joy Ransom!”

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Nollywood actors stand by Gideon Okeke after he called out Nigerian movie executives for “impoverishing actors” by refusing to pay royalties

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He called Nigerian film executives names, including thieves, and said they do not remember the actors when it’s time to share the proceeds from the movies.

He added that he keeps fighting for the condition of actors to be better but his fellow actors do not show support and he asked them to grow some “balls”.

After he shared his post, a number of actors commented, indicating support.

Iretiola Doyle, Hilda Dokubo, Sam Sunny, Walter Anga, Uche Elendu, and more left comments showing him support.

One person blamed him for not joining the family of the Actors’ Guild, hence the reason why he’s not carried along. And Gideon responded.

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Actress Ellen Page comes out as transgender, asks to be called Elliot Page

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The post reads: “Hi friends, I want to share with you that I am trans, my pronouns are he/they and my name is Elliot.

“I feel lucky to be writing this. To be here. To have arrived at this place in my life.

“I feel overwhelming gratitude for the incredible people who have supported me along this journey.

“I can’t begin to express how remarkable it feels to finally love who I am enough to pursue my authentic self. I’ve been endlessly inspired by so many in the trans community. Thank you for your courage, your generosity and ceaselessly working to make this world a more inclusive and compassionate place. I will offer whatever support I can and continue to strive for a more loving and equal society.”

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