Actress hits juicy appointment from House of Reps Speaker

Nigerians have reacted to her new appointment on X, with mixed reactions.

Oluwatobi wrote: “That has always been her aim and she has finally accomplished it. The selfish interest is too loud. Jokes on anyone that thinks she’s actually going to do anything.”

Lifeissues11 added: “Those who were castigating her for campaigning for Emilokan should come and see oh. That’s one thing about corruption. Once you’re one of the beneficiaries it becomes a connection.”
Amaka the barber wrote: “Just sit in your house and be getting paid Which work she wan Dey do for the man? Tchewm.”
Thextremist wrote: “Congratulations to her. I hope she makes good use of the position rather than for selfish reasons.”

Born on 7 September 1982, Badmus is a Nigerian professional film actress, script writer, entertainer and a social media influencer.

Badmus’ career in acting professions started in the year 2000 but came into limelight in 2008 when she shot to recognition starring in two Yoruba films titled Jenifa and Omo Ghetto.
Both movies are instrumental to her rise in Nigeria entertainment industry which has since seen her star as both lead and supporting actress in several Yoruba and English films.

She has taken part in movies such as Jenifa, Angelina, Village Babes, Oreke Temi, Blackberry Babes, Mr. & Mrs Ibu
Wicked Step-mother, Child Seller, Adun Ewuro, Visa Lottery, Ojukwu the War Lord, Police Academy, Not My Queen, Battle for Justice, Miss Fashion, Eefa, Omo Esu, among others.


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