Nollywood actress Funke Akindele, popularly referred to as Jenifa (coined from her famous sitcom, Jenifa’s diary) has come on Instagram to write a beautiful note about herself. She also took the moment to celebrate her life and also thanked her fans and supporters for always being there for her.
She shared a picture and gave a brief history of herself.
“Allow me to crush on myself😍😍 Dem talk say : salt no dey praise himself for soup but biko allow me praise my woman crush!! Olufunke Akindele Bello born August 24th 1977 to Rev and Mrs Akindele, hails from Lagos state(ikorodu) She’s an actress, content producer and CEO (sceneone productions ltd) Funke,I celebrate you today and always for your hard work and consistency.
The Lord will continue to bless you,Grant you long life and good health. You will forever be on top and never beneath. You will always wine,dine and transact with kings and queens. Ayo e o ni dibaje.
Every unfriendly friend surrounding you will be unseated in Jesus name. God bless all Funke Akindele Bello’ s FANS for their love, prayers and support. Love you all.
NOTE: always love and celebrate yourself no one will do it better than you 😗😗😗😗”
The Nollywood actress, who recently made a call to the government to end flogging of students in Nigerian schools. The actress in reaction to a video of girls been flogged mercilessly by a teacher described the practice as, “wicked” and “evil.”
She made the call in a post she uploaded on her Instagram account:
What? Who is this TEACHER flogging these students? What school is this? I’m so sad seeing this and I must say this act is WICKED,EVIL.
“Can’t they be given other punishments? Are they not human beings? What if one of them passes out in the process? What of the injuries inflicted on them? I’m so angry! Tani Tisa yi? Please they should stop this oh,This teacher has to be sacked!!!
“Teach Not Traumatise, No To Flogging, Protect Our Girls, Protect Our Children.”