Omotola J. Ekeinde: Biography of Omotola J. Ekeinde: complete with pictures
NAME Omotola J. Ekeinde
STATUS Married with four kids
HUSBAND Capt. Matthew Ekeinde
CHILDREN Princess, M.J, Meriah and Michael
I am from a family of five (5); Mrs & Mrs Shola Jalade (both late) and two brothers Tayo and Bolaji Jalade. I attended Christland Nursery School, Opebi, Lagos and Oxford Children School Santos Layout. I then proceeded to Kaduna for my Secondary education at Command Secondary School. I am currently undertaking an HND course in Estate Management at Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos.
I got married at the Ikeja registry on the 23rd, March 1996, then later had a beautiful white wedding on board a DASH 7 Aircraft flying from Lagos to Benin, on the 19th April, 2001.
Besides acting, I also sing and have an album soon to be released. I feature as a writer for the Saturday?s SUN ( Omotola?s Diary). Occasionally I get involved in Social Services for women and the homes.
"This is one of my favorite images"
This is my column Where I play god and you are my subordinates. Sorry, what that means is that I will not hesitate to make my views felt in this page and of course it's mine so I'll say what I want. Dig? Any way don't get violent on me because I will be lenient but frank
It is the page where I tell you the true situation of things against what's been written in the papers, both about myself and my other colleagues.
To my Family:-
What will I do without your support, never complaining always encouraging...I love you all
sometimes sweet Sometimes bitter, but you have been there fore me when I needed you the most, and sincerely I appreciate you. I wouldn't be here without your help.
What can I say about you guys?. You have made me a better person and I strive to please you all the time. I love You.
- I'm single but not searching, says star actress, Jummai Joseph (Thursday, February 17, 2005)
In Nollywood today, soft-spoken actress, Jummai Joseph stands out as one of the most beautiful and successful actresses.
- Games women play (Sunday, May 01, 2005)
Once again, I must apologize for my inconsistency in sustaining this diary column. It all boils down to my busy acting schedule. I must confess it hurts me each time I am not able to fulfill my part of this covenant of writing every week and connecting with my fans through this medium.
- Corporal corruption on our highway (Wednesday, May 18, 2005)
Let me share my own perspective on the issue of corruption, that evil cankerworm that is eating deep into our psyche and which has given Nigeria a bad name all over the world as a country of corruption.
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