Nigerian actor Jim Iyke gets a glamorous welcome at the University Of Ghana, Legon as he visited the campus prior to the premiere of his long-awaited self-produced movie, 'Bad Comment'. Due to the upcoming premiere, the award-winning Nigerian actor Jim Iyke has for weeks been on tour on the various media platforms in Ghana.
He has visited a few media houses and has on a few occasions, opened up on his life, his career as an actor and his thoughts on the creative arts industry and issues between his mother country Nigeria and that of Ghana and how the issue can be resolved.
During last weekend, the iconic actor who turned into a businessman decided to land his campaign train at Ghana's premier university, the University Of Ghana, Legon.
No one is aware how some female students of the university got to know of his coming but the video indicates that the girls were already waiting at the car park where the actor was to make a stop.
There was constant shouting from the ladies as they were excited to meet the Nigerian actkr6.
Check out their reactions through the link below;
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