“The love I have witnessed is one that I cannot express” – Funke Akindele

“The love I have witnessed is one that I cannot express” – Funke Akindele

Nollywood actress and box office Queen, Funke Akindele has penned an appreciation post to Nigerians and Ghanaians for helping her make history at the box office.

We reported that Funke Akindele set a record for the Nigerian film industry as the first ever Nollywood film to enter a billion naira even in a short period.

Funke Akindele made a whooping one billion, sixty million, seven hundred and eleven thousand, four hundred and ninety-one.

Presently on the Wikipedia Nollywood grossing table, Funke Akindele’s movies, A Tr!be Called Judah, Battle On Buka Street, and Omo Ghetto The Saga are respectively the highest-grossing Nollywood films of all time.

Though she had earlier appreciated Nigerians, Ghanaians, and her Maker for their massive support for her, the mother of twins has penned a better appreciation post to them.

She appreciated them for helping her make history while noting how their comments and the massive love they showed her is one that she cannot express. However, she is grateful to them from the bottom of her heart.

Funke didn’t fail to appreciate her cast and crew, who she described as amazing. She also appreciated her colleagues, industry elders, musicians, and celebrities for taking their turn to support her project.

“Thank you Nigeria, thank you Ghana for helping us make history!

The comments I have read here on social media and the love I have witnessed is one that I cannot express but from the bottom of my heart, I am grateful.

To my amazing fans (my TR!BE!), Cast and crew of #atr!becalledjudah, industry elders, colleagues, friends, influencers, comedians, musicians, and celebrities who have taken turns to support this project in various forms, you made N1billion a reality and I couldn’t have done this without you.

A massive thank you to @filmoneng for the seamless distribution, you guys rock!”.






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