- Nollywood actor, Mofe Duncan unfortunately sustained an injury during a movie shoot with Adesua Etomi.
- In a post via his Instagram page, the actor expressed excitement and happiness in having gotten the opportunity to act with Adesua Etomi despite injuring his elbow in the process.
Nollywood actor, Mofe Duncan takes to social media to share his experience after working with actress, Adesua Etomi on a movie set.
The actor noted that it took him 17 years to film with Adesua Etomi and in the process he was shoved down the stairs and stabbed.
He noted that although he was left with a lacerated elbow, he is still grateful to have filmed with Adesua Etomi.
The duo are currently working on an incoming movie project titled, ‘Japa’.
Captioning the post, he wrote:
“Kamsi & Zino.” • It’s taken me 17yrs to film with @adesuaetomi , and even though I was shoved down the stairs, stabbed and suffocated in my very first scenes with Susu… it was totally worth the wait. • Although it left me with a lacerated elbow (swipe left for evidence lol), all in all… it’s a pleasure sparring with u Susu, u truly are gifted. Can’t wait for the fans to see this one. •
• JAPA • @inkblotpresents • A @msjazzyfied film. •
• #ChroniclesOfAnActor • #iAmZino • #iAmAbsolute •
See the post below:
Reacting to the post, Adesua Etomi wrote: “My darling, the pleasure is mine❤️❤️❤️”
In other news, Adesua Etomi-Wellington revealed how she felt after learning that her husband, Bankole Wellington, aka Banky W, wanted to enter politics.
Recall that on November 11, 2018, Banky W declared his intention to run on the Modern Democratic Party’s platform for the Eti-Osa Federal Constituency seat.
On February 23, 2019, Babajide Obanikoro of the All Progressives Congress defeated him in the election for the Eti-Osa Federal Constituency.
In the 2023 elections, he ran for the same seat under the banner of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), but fell short to Attah Thaddeus of the Labour Party (LP).
Adesua admitted that when the singer revealed his plans to get involved in politics, she was initially “worried” and “disturbed” in an interview with Hip TV.
She, however, said she later decided to support him because “purpose is more important than fear.”
She said, “When Banky said that he wanted to go into politics, I was a little bit worried and disturbed about it.
“But I also believe that purpose is more important than fear. And I want to see him fulfil purpose. So, he has my support 100 per cent.”