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James Ikechukwu Esomugha, famously known as Jim Iyke by all is one of the most sought after Nigerian actor known for his captivating acting skills in romantic and sometimes action Nollywood movies. Jim Iyke arrived in Ghana somewhere last month (September) ahead of a movie premiere at the Silverbird Cinema. Upon his arrival in Ghana, he’s been shown loads and loads of love by Ghanaians which is a clear indication of the healthy positive connection between the Nigerian and Ghanaian movie industry.
Jim Iyke has been moving from one television station to the other across the nation for the purpose of interview. In one of his interviews, he said Ghallywood movies should include subtitles so their movies travel outside Ghana. In fact he has been touring Ghana since his arrival in the country. Seems to me that Jim Iyke already has lot of friends in Ghana of which one bosom is no other than our very own Osebo ‘the Zaraman’, Nana Aba Anamoah’s baby father.
Jim Iyke in recent videos is mostly seen at Osebo’s shop buying shoes and others and mostly having chitchat with him. Osebo is known for dressing in a unique manner that is totally different from the normal way most Ghanaians dress. Since the inception of his style of dressing, he has been at the receiving end of a lot of critics but then he seems not to care about the views of others.
In a recent photo, Jim Iyke is seen clad in ‘skirt’ which is a clear indication that he was been dressed by Osebo because he is also seen in skirt. As you would expect, some Ghanaians came at both him and Osebo. Have a look at the photos:
What do you think of Jim Iyke’s new style of dressing? Leave a comment.
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