How Iyabo Ojo, Femi Adebayo, Others Stormed Eniola Ajao’s Movie Premiere In Show-Stopping Outfits

  • The premiere of Beast Of Two Worlds (Ajakaju), a movie by Nollywood actress Eniola Ajao saw many celebrities in attendance
  • Iyabo Ojo, Denrele Edun, and Femi Adebayo Salami, among others, turned up in statement-making attire
  • They all combined their outfits with lovely accessories which made them look glamorous

Popular Nollywood actress and filmmaker Eniola Ajao held the premiere of her movie Beast Of Two Worlds (Ajakaju) on Sunday, March 24, and it saw her colleagues honouring her occasion in colourful attire.

Nigerian celebrities at Eniola Ajao's movie premiereNigerian celebrities rock classy outfits at Eniola Ajao’s movie premiere. Image credit: @eniola_ajao, @iyaboojofespris, @femiadebayosalamiSource: Instagram

The host Eniola turned up on a cart wearing an extravagant outfit that gave her the look of a beast. For her second attire, she wore a black and yellow ball gown with yellow horns on her head, and her face was painted to fit into the appearance she wanted to showcase.

Her colleague Femi Adebayo looked gorgeous in a simple traditional outfit which he combined with a black cap. He wore dark glasses to complement his look. As expected, he shared banters with those around him as he joined to celebrate Eniola’s movie.

Popular Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo was also present at the occasion to add some flavour to it with her glamorous outfit. She adorned a green attire of two shades which flowed on the ground as she walked.

She combined it with stylish Afro hair which gave her a daunting look. The beautiful mother of two was in her usual smiling self as she granted interviews at the event.

Popular controversial socialite Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju, aka Bobrisky, who was adorned in a black dress, won the Best Dressed Female at the event. He also combined his outfit with long black nails which he flaunted at intervals. He was also given a cash prize of N1m for his award.

Ace Nollywood actress Ronke Oshodi-Oke turned up in a yellow blouse and blue and yellow aso-oke wrapper. She also tied a ‘gele’ of the same material with her wrapper, and she complemented her outfit with red coral beads on her neck, wrists, and ears.

Media personality Denrele Edun turned up in a multi-coloured traditional outfit which he combined with a cap and red coral beads on his neck. He also held a black stylish walking stick which he raised as he danced at the occasion.

Other entertainers who graced the occasion in lovely attire were Odunlade Adekola, Gabriel Afolayan, and Gbenga Adeyinka, among others.

Reactions to Eniola’s premiere outfit

Several social media users have reacted to the outfits worn by the guests at the movie premiere. See some of the comments on Eniola Ajao’s outfit below:


“Na Tiannah make this dress. I am sure.”


“God bless the movie and increase it for her in Jesus’ name.”


“What’s the name of her outfit?”




“This is fire.”

Eniola Ajao adorns classy blue outfit

TheTalk.NG earlier reported that Eniola Ajao has gotten the attention of her fans after she posted pictures of herself in a lovely blue suit.

Her jacket exposed her chest area and left little to the imagination, while her trousers gave her a curvy look.

Some of her fans were on her Instagram page to comment on her trendy outfit and also praise her beauty.

Source: TheTalk.NG

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