A beautiful actress working in Nollywood Movie Industry, Paschaline Alex Okoli, has warned any mortal who tries to hype year 2021 with vision and prophecy just like some did 2020.
Okoli, who is famous for her role as Cordelia in Jenifa’s Diary, warned her fans and followers to desist from hyping year 2021 with visions and prophecies.
Her statement may be a reaction to the positivity that surrounded the year 2020, only for things to be lockdown due to the outbreak of COVID-19.
Paschaline Alex said, “I Like The Way Nobody Is Hyping 2021 With Vision And Prophecy. Please Let’s Leave It That Way Bikonu”
It can be recalled that in a recent interview with Sunday Scoop, Paschaline Alex said stardom had taught her not to say too much because there was a tendency for people to misconstrue her words.
Actress Paschaline Alex said; “Stardom has cautioned me not to say too much because people could change my words. I still do the things I like to do and go to places I delight in. I have tried not to let fame take my best moments away from me.”
On some of the challenges she experienced before stardom, the actress said, “Having to wait after auditions was one of the challenges I faced when I started out. One had to wait to hear if one got a call back. The worst part was that if one didn’t get the role, one would probably never be informed.”
Meanwhile, in another recent story,
Police Inspector Killed By Suspected Armed Robbers In Port Harcourt.
Idoma-born female Police Inspector, Zaynab Abbah, serving in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria has been murdered by suspected armed robbers.
It was gathered that she’s a native of Otukpa and was allegedly shot dead by unknown gunmen on Friday, the 13th day lf November 2020 while she was returning from work.
A close friend narrated that the deceased is the pillar of her family, and “She is a beautiful soul. This job is just her calling because she really achieved a lot. She likes going to peace keeping and now she is no more.”