Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, on Monday expressed her intentions to win an Oscar award.
The 41-year-old screen goddess said this via an Instagram post while acknowledging her part in voting winners at the 91st Oscar award held on Sunday in Los Angeles.
“Congratulations @mahershalaali , #hannahbeachler and @alfonsocuaron . What a Beautiful show! So quite A good number of my voted Won! I screamed so hard … I think I’ve lost my voice! I Really love this Voting / Judging kinda work,” she wrote.
Congratulating the winners, Omotola wrote: ” Congratulations to All the winners… Omotola you Next soon… 🙏🙏🙏.”
Since her 1996 movie, Mortal Inheritance, brought her into spotlight, Omotola has been one of Nollywood’s most celebrated actresses.
In June 2018, the Nollywood veteran was invited to join the voting process of the prestigious Oscar Award.
She received a special recognition award from the Los Angeles City Council in February.
She was recognized for her contribution to filmmaking under the “Blacks in Cinema,” campaign by the City Hall of the American city.