Liz Anjorin is requesting some recognitions for her achievements in the Nigerian movie industry.
The Nolywood actress stated that she has paid her “dues without getting many accolades,” but that will never stop her from producing the best movies to promote African culture.
Liz while bragging about playing the role of an imbecile in self-produced movie, “Koko Tinubu,” released in 2012, said: “My movie has restored many broken homes…even if people that are giving fake awards did not appreciate my deadly role in that Kofo that almost took my spinal cord.” “If that Kofo is being played by one of the Igbo Actors, am sure they could have won many awards even featured in Black Panther,” she adds
The Nollywood actress and filmmaker also boasted that she remains the “King of Queens” of production in history of global filming, until she sees an actor who can play “that autism role perfectly like I did.”
Liz Anjorin new movie, “Owo Naira Bet,” featured Niyi Johnson and Saidi Balogun. The Lagos premiere was attended by dignitaries such as; Alaafin of Oyo, Oni of Ife, Abimbola Fashola, King Sunny Ade and Alabi Pasuma.
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