The popular Nigerian Actor, James Ikechukwu Esomugha, also known as Jim Iyke has been in the country for a couple of days now. Reports indicate that he is set to premiere his movie titled 'Bad Comments' this evening at the University of Ghana. The sensational actor arrived in his convoy and many girls at the university came to meet him.
The girls were captured making screams of joy as the convoy of the Jim Iyke approached them. The actor was surprised at the love shown by the girls towards him. Checking the video very well, it seems all the girls wish to hug him. Some of them might have watched many of his movies when they were young but have not actually seen him physically before.
So it was a great opportunity to see him face to face. Some of the girls had the opportunity of hugging the actor while others also took pictures with him. Jim Iyke was seen smiling and mingling with the girls. Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that Ghanaians girls are soo lovely. Nigerians and Ghanaians are more than brothers and sisters when it comes to showing love to each other.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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