How Patience Ozokwor, Sola Sobowale, Olayinka and Camilla Entertained Kids in the Early 2000s.

Sola Sobowale

The Nollywood industry is yet to produce talents that match up the likes of Nollywood veteran actresses, Patience Ozokwor, Sola Sobowale, Margaret Olayinka and Camilla Mberekpe, following how they were able to not only thrill Nigerian kids with their unique performances on TV during the early 2000s, but also made significant contributions towards the growth of the industry during such period.

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The Nollywood industry has over time, produced lots of outstanding talents in the industry who are currently making waves through the several movies they have been starred in. However, few among the many actors and actresses have gained increased popularity because of their abilities to perfectly play a particular role in their movies.

And so, while the likes of John Okafor, Osita Iheme, Chinedu Ikedieze, Chiwetalu Agu, Nkem Owoh, Charles Inojie and Charles Awurum, are well known as comic actors due to their abilities to display their funny characters on screen, others, including Patience Ozokwor, Sola Sobowale, Margaret Olayinka and Camilla Mberekpe, have been able to also find a niche for themselves where they are doing well.

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Margaret Olayinka

One can never forget how scared Patience Ozokwor, Sola Sobowale, Margaret Olayinka and Camilla Mberekpe made children to be during the early 2000s, following their controversial and wicked roles displayed on TV. They were either acting as a wicked mother, wicked mother in-law or a witch and such roles made them to gain lots of attentions from Nigerians to such an extent that many thought they were actually wicked in reality.

The gestures and facial expressions of Patience Ozokwor, Sola Sobowale, Margaret Olayinka and Camilla Mberekpe displayed in their movies were one of a kind, and children of the early 2000s would always pray that their deeds eventually catch up with them in such movies.

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Camilla Mberekpe

However, these actresses tried to use their movies to educate their audiences on the consequences of carrying out evil activities against another person, and Nigerians will always be grateful to them for their impacts on the movie industry since their rise to fame.