Legend And Superstar Omotola Jalade Ekeinde For her return to the big screen, covers the latest Issue Of Glam Africa Magazine. ‘The Career Edition’.
For this cover feature, she speaks to the magazine about her three-year hiatus, insight into her time out of the spotlight and why “Alter Ego” – a hard-hitting film already praised by critics – is so important for women and society as a whole.
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Rocking a beautiful green fringe dress pencil dress, her come back couldn’t be any sexier.
As a human rights activist in her spare time, Omotola, plays an attorney seeking justice for young girls and women.
Here are five key things to learn about the movie in her interview with Glam Africa:
Alter Ego explores PTSD and mental health issues
- Omotola turned down a number of scripts during her time out of the spotlight, but felt the “Alter Ego” script was “a Godsend”
- Omotola worked closely with Direct Moses Inwang to make sure everything was perfect
- Omotola was heavily involved in the script process
- Shooting the film took over 12 months