Rising Yoruba actress, Eniola Phillips better known as Eniola Omo Ologo, has exclusively revealed to us the real reason she will not forget about star actor, Segun Ogungbe’s dad in haste.


The Abeokuta, Ogun State born star in the making said this in an interview with Gbolahan Adetayo who asked about how she joined the industry.



According to her, glory be to God almighty for His mercies. The journey started in 1998 when Baba Ogungbe came to Muslim Primary School, Idofin Ita Elega, Abeokuta to stage a drama, so he came with his team to eat at my grandma’s restaurant, he noticed the way I was behaving and he said to my grandma that I will be a good actor, my grandma said no that she won’t allow me. So, when Baba was going for the performance, I gently excused myself from my grandma’s restaurant to follow him for the stage play. After that, I was attending their rehearsal at Iberekodo once in a while before I traveled to Liberia. When I came back, I was staying with my sister in Lagos who now Introduced me to NATAP. The reason I ventured into acting was because I love dancing alot and I want people to learn from me, I never knew how to go about it and I felt that if I am acting, they will obviously learn from the characters I play in the film. Today, the rest is history”, she said.


If you must know, Eniola Omo Ologo is one of the creative actresses, make up acts cum producers currently shaking the industry.



She hails from Abeokuta, Ogun State. Acting for her started in 1998 at Abeokuta with star actor, Segun Ogungbe’s dad, Akin Ogungbe. Years after, she moved to Lagos to join NATAP at the National Theater, Iganmu, Lagos as a stage play actress.



She trained under her boss known as Oladejo Adegboyega and she has featured in several stage dramas and home videos.


Having not rested on her oars, Eniola has been able to produce a couple of movies such as Pason, Alamisi, Ebunlomo and others.


She featured in many movies like Akobi, Agbonrin, Ayoola, Obankoba, Oba Opoooor, Ado, Olowo Dollar, Luli, Igberaga, Ojo Ola and many more.



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