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Olive Eko, a Cameroonian-based actress in the US, has announced her interest in entering the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood.

The actress, who thoroughly enjoyed her lead role in the film ‘Humanity,’ spoke about her newfound interest in an interview with DAILY POST on Saturday.

Commenting on her interest in studying Nollywood, Ms Eko, who has a degree in Cybersecurity, said, “The Nigerian film industry seems to be the best in Africa.

“Over the years, a number of efforts have been made to help the industry stay at the top.

“Certainly, this would not have been possible without its unique talents.

“I look forward to meeting and working with the likes of Rita Dominic, Genevieve, Omotola, Ramsey Noah and many more”.

On her favorite career and how she plans to blend in with Nigerian culture, she said: “I have deep roots in Africa, just Cameroon, Ghana and Nigeria. I am ready for the challenge.

“Learning was always special to me so I wanted to play as many roles as I could, I have no choice!”.

Signed and directed by Aflik Tv, Olive, who starred in the 2019 American comedy series “The Big Bang Theory”, said she has the talent to run to the ground in an increasingly competitive Nigerian film industry.

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