Since Omoni Oboli screened her new flick, ‘Being Mrs Elliot’, at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, she has been under attacks from different quarters over the dress she wore to the event.
On Tuesday, Nigeriafilms.com wrote an article asking if the mother of three was losing focus because of her dress, which showed to have exposed her mammary glands. READ IT HERE
Also, some alleged that she collected money from President Goodlucj Jonathan during the presidential premiere, but the actress has said that never happened. She is not ruling out the possibility of getting any when called upon.
“Before the screening, they asked me what I wanted and I said I didn’t want anything but that the President and his people should see the movie and give their blessings. For me that is good enough for the industry.
“The first time I ever saw the President was at his brother’s burial ceremony, which I attended. I don’t know him from anywhere or personally.
“During the event, President Jonathan said the government didn’t have money to give me and he said this in front of everybody. So if anybody is going aside to say something else, they are wrong. I returned to Lagos with the small purse I took to the event and after the event I went back to my hotel room and left for Lagos the next morning. I didn’t stay back in Aso Rock or sneak out to meet anybody,” she narrated.
She said further that, “”I am still hoping they will call us to come and take something, that they are impressed.”
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