Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde Shares Stunning Pre Birthday Pictures Ahead of her 40th Birthday

By on February 2, 2018

Multi-award winning Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, who will turn 40-years-old in a few days has teased her fans as she shared an absolutely gorgeous picture of herself clad in an adorable red dress.

In the picture, the screen goddess is seen stepping out of a private aircraft with a young man helping her out as her dress walked the pathway down the aircraft.

She captioned the beautiful picture:

“Welcome to My Month People ! The #Omotola4pointO Month. ~ The king : @kelechiamadiobi ~ The Queen : @bimpeonakoya ~ @ferdinandshair ~ #patlashes ~ custom made Dress ~ @nonnisticsfashion Styled By the Whizkid ~ @flostyling #february cc :- @redhotconcepts.”

Read Her Biography

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, an indigene of Ondo State of Nigeria, was born on 7th of February 1978 to M: & Mrs. Shola Jalade (both Late). She is a Nigerian Actress, Singer and Philanthropist. Omotola the mother of four, two girls and two boys is from a family of five.

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She attended Chrisland Nursery School, Opebi, Lagos and Oxford Children School Santos Layout. For her Secondary School Education, she moved to Kaduna Where she attended Command Secondary School. She currently has an HND in Estate Management from Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos.

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, an indigene of Ondo State of Nigeria, was born on 7th of February 1978 to M: & Mrs. Shola Jalade (both Late). She is a Nigerian Actress, Singer and Philanthropist. Omotola the mother of four, two girls and two boys is from a family of five.

She attended Chrisland Nursery School, Opebi, Lagos and Oxford Children School Santos Layout. For her Secondary School Education, she moved to Kaduna Where she attended Command Secondary School. She currently has an HND in Estate Management from Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos.

Omotola grew up in her family of five, made up of her herself, her parents and two younger brothers, Tayo and Bolaji Jalade. Her mother, Oluwatoyin J alade (nee Amori Oguntade), was a stag of J.T Chanrai Nigeria, while her father, Oluwashola J alade, worked with the YNICA and the Lagos Country Club. Omotola originally entertained the vision and ambition of working as a business manager. She however, started modelling while she awaits her results from the university, a career she entered into, just to eam a living.

Omotola started her film acting career when she accompanied a friend to an audition. She was however, assigned her first acting role in the year 1995 for a movie called Venom of Justice, which was directed by Reginald Ebere.
Reginald has been credited with launching Omotola’s career. In that movie, Omotola was given a lead role, which set the stage for a career that later flourished in the Nollywood film industry.

 

In the late 19905 and early 2000s, Omotola, who have become very popular have starred in several films, including Blood Sister 2, Kosorogun 2 and Lost Kingdom 2. Consequently, she bagged a Grand Achiever Award on behalf of the Global Excellence Recognition Awards in the year 2004. By the mid-20003, she
had already became an A-list Nigerian Actress. At the Afi‘ican Movie Academy Awards, held in the year 2005 , she was awarded ‘Best Actress in a Supporting Role’.

In the year 2010, Omotola received her first cinematic movie role in the 2010 film, Ije . And at this time, she had shot roughly 300 straight movies. The film, which was shot at different notable locations, including Jos, California, and Los Angeles, became the Highest grossing Nollywood film at the time — A feat that
was only later broken by Phone Swap (2012). Thereafter, Motola also starred in several other record breaking movies, including Last F light to Abuja (2012).
This movie broke the record of beating Hollywood blockbusters like Spiderman, Think like a Man, Ice Age, The Avengers, and Madagascar to become the 2nd highest grossing movie in West African cinemas in the year

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde is also fondly called Omo~Sexy because of her good figure and shape. Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has featured in about 300 films.

In the year 2005, Omotola launched into Music Career and released her debut album, which she titled GBA The album produced the very popular singles “Naija Lowa” and “The Things You Do To Me.” She also has the not-yet- released sophomore album Me, Myself, and Eyes, which brought in production
from Paul Play and Del B. It was supported by the songs “Feel Alright” (featuring Hany Song) and “Through the Fire” (featuring Uche). The album’s launch party was scheduled to hold in Nigeria, and tables were expected to sell for N1 million.

In late 2012, Omotola started working on her third album and enlisted the help of The Bridge Entertainment. She traveled all the way to Atlanta GA to work with some prominent producers and songwriters who could help her create a sound that would resonate up to the American audiences. Her Studio sessions
included Grammy Award winning producer Kendrick Dean, Drumma Boy,

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Verse Simmonds. She also recorded with Grammy recording artist Bobby V. Omotola has won over 40 domestic and international awards. Alongside Genevieve Nnaj i, She is considered Africa’s biggest box office actress who has received many awards. In 2013, she was listed in Time Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world alongside Michelle Obama, Beyounce
and Kate Middleton. In 2014, she was also honored by the Nigerian Government as a member of the Order of the Federal Republic (MFR) for her contributions to the Nigerian Cinema

In the year 2015, Omotola celebrated her 20th Anniversary in the entertainment industry.

Omotola was appointed United Nations’ (UN) World Food Program (WFP) Ambassador in the year 2005 going to missions in Sierra- Leone and Liberia She is very active in the Wall: the World project and participated in the Wall: the World campaign in Liberia, which she did in company of President Ellen Sir Leaf-Johnson.

Omotola is a human rights advocate and she focuses on her Non Governmental Organisation’s project, called the Omotola Youth Empowerment Programme (OYEP). In the program she brings hundreds of youths together for the Empowerment Wall: and Convention

Omotola is one of the celebrities that supported the 2010 ‘Rewrite The Future Campaign’ of Save The Children UK.

Omotola also became an Amnesty International campaigner in the year 2011, and has participated in campaigns held in Sierra- Leone (Maternal Mortality) and her recent campaign of The Niger Delta in Nigeria, where she shot a video asking Shell and the govemment to Own Up, Clean Up, Pay Up and take responsibility of the Oil spills in the Niger- Delta

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and Family

Omotola is married to Pilot Captain Matthew Ekeinde, a marriage that took place at the Ikeja registry on the 23rd, March 1996. The couple later held a white marriage ceremony, in company of family and fiiends on board a Dash 7 aircraft while flying from Lagos to Benin in in the year 2001. Omotola gave birth to her first daughter on March 30, 1997. Today, the marriage have produced four children, Princess, MJ, Merairah and Michael.

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