Meeting Mayowa Adenekan changed the game for me- Actress Kiekie

In this Pulse exclusive, comedian and actress, Kiekie opens up about her rise to stardom.

Life in Nigeria can sometimes take the semblance of a game of chess. With about 40% of the country’s 212 million population living in poverty, tact, foresight smart work, are some of the vibrant requirements to win.

In this exclusive interview with Pulse, the actress takes us on her drive and breaking into the Nigerian film industry.

“Consistency and determination are essential for success in any craft. Without consistency, I would not have risen to such heights in my content creation career,” Kiekie notes as she recounts her early years.

Looking back, the Ibadan-born actress says her journey may still be at it’s starting point but its everything she dreamed of achieving.

“I’m always filled with excitement every time I look back at when I started my journey as a content creator. I was not exactly a novice. I was a woman with many great ideas who was determined to create content at all cost”.

My most notable film role is probably in the Big Sam Olatunji directed ‘Mimi’. The actress recounts how much the film resonates with her.”

‘Mimi’ is a drama that resonates with my style. It holds one of my proudest moments, acting alongside so many great Nollywood stars.

“When she is not acting or creating content, the actress’ interest in fashion rises to the occasion.


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