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How Many Of You Saw Ini Edo On The Cnn?

How many of you saw Ini Edo on the CNN?

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the poster made it sound like she was granted a 2 hours interview

she was shown on a programme, that covered the Amaa (African movie Academy Award)

last year show, loll,

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@orikinla

who told u ini edo is sexier than genny ehen

go check ur brain again!

infact she aint pretty

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Ini Edo was looking sexy on the CNN highlights on Nollywood and she was the only Nollywood actress the CNN highlighted in their report.

Ini Edo is sexier than Genevieve Nnaji.

In fact Ini Edo should insure her booty like J-LO did. Because Ini Edo's booty is first class.

Her bosoms too are better than Genevieve's bosoms.

Just wait and see Ini Edo's new projects.

Sexy, sexier and sexiest!

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they only showd a capture of one of her movie going on right here in nigeria. nothing to praise her about though na my girl, one cnn reporter was just exposing nollywood, our cheap production and how our celebrities are not taken good care of.

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hey ini u don hot so tay na cnn u don show now eh anyway thats good at least our naija actresses are coming out more now

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yea she is,

she's so pretty

i saw few of her films

and she look good in dem

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Heeeeeeeeeeee i didn't see her o what was she doing

uhm dats cool

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arrgg. my princess on CNN, i am rich, yippee,

I luff the girl very much, my babe must not hear this,

that babe is a tight muphu$#% (shut your mouth)

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omo cnn just generally yabbed naija, they actually went on location, and exposed our pooor directing to d whole world,

as for ini edo, d girl resemble houue girl .

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itz great for her to have been there

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Like using Jlo to sell Lexus

Usher to sell Coors

Shaq to sell Proline hair products for men

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yea i understand what u mean sha, but its not something many of us have seen, just like 2face song used in Phat girls just things we should be happy about not that we should kill ourselves with joy just be happy at least we are getting bigger

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Alot of Kenyans watch Nigerians movies they dont even diss it as much as we do, Jeff was just trying to be fair

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Jeff Koinange is a kenyan and he is not

interested in our moves thats why he was hard on INI.

All he talk about is Kenya,kenya just like Gaitano with Uganda.

I wonder how they get there!

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thanks o, badmann, why cant nigerians just appreciate their peoples efforts for once? we are always dissing our people

when they try to represent us abroad. see how people were dissing tuface for what he was wearing when he appeared on the red carpet at the BET awards? its not enough that he was even there? tell me how many naijas have stepped on that carpet? haba. we should really give our people more credit. we've come a long way now.

@ ayoeze let us know when you appear on tv

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Femi Oke dosent know anything about Nigeria, its her grand parents that were the ones based here after that they all lost and forgotten, David Beckham is a known figure no big deal. This is Nollywoods first to be presented on CNN so its something to be happy about.

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Really it's good for Ini Edo to be on CNN and agree with the guyz that think it's might just be a stepping stone for the propagation of NOLLYWOOD but then watch that doc and read in between the line,

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Naijas oh, una no go kill me.

CNN was having a kinda documentary on Nollywood and not like she was on CNN's Larry King Live doing a personal interview. Y'all need to know ur s**t well b4 u come post it here!

Capish?

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Ini Edo was on CNN!

That highlight on Nollywood on CNN has done more for us than the advert where President Obasanjo was looking like a duck out of water and that advert I heard cost over N100 million.

There are many celebrated actresses in Nollywood and Ini Edo was the only one CNN highlighted in that report on the emergence of Nollywood. It means a lot to her and I thank God for her.

The difference was clear.

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Yeah, they were doing a piece on Nollywood and she was interviewed briefly. It aired on Saturday and Sunday.

In any case, yeah, they said something along the lines of a movie can be shot in a just a week - a week! - and about 200 movies are released a month. Not so surprised about the bad quality and unoriginality afterall.

Also, the yearly revenue Nollywood generates is about $200 million. Not bad, eh?

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ini edo - nigerian actress

cnn- lol im not being rude but everyone knows that channel. cnn its a news station or whatever

i didnt see her but my dad probably did. but dont think he knows her. so he didnt tell me about it.

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neelsel you took the words right out of my mouth

im really happy for her and nollywood.

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It was indeed an accomplishment to have someone associated with Nollywood being able to inform the world about their cause. We have a saying in the islands, "you use sprat(a very small fish) to catch whale". Ini's appearance might seem very insignificant to some but indirectly she may have opened up doors and opportunities for greater things.

Also someone mentioned the hostility of the anchorman with regards to derrogatory remarks he made. Look! forget these people always remember that Americans believe that anything that is Non-american can never be good- WRONG>

I am truly happy for Ini and Nollywood to wider extent.

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U guys are silly. bcause CNN have a branch in lagos that means its local. Fox and all this bollshit, like infotaining. that wat i can say. selfish too.

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I wonder why some people are saying "good for her" when they dnt even know what she was doing on CNN. She was probably being sent to jail.

Anyways, uhmm Good for INI oo. LOL

Okay nahh seriously, i need to watch that documentary thingy.

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Okay is just a documentry, no big deal, the interview must have taken place outside the CNN Centre, Orikinla, next explian when you post a topic quo

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NO BIG DEAL SEEING INI ON CNN ANYMORE IS IT? It would have been news if it was on some more credible and authentic news leaders like ABC, FOX or NBC.

ON CNN? Common anyone can get on CNN nowadays especially after they open up their bureau in LAGOS, it takes just a few bucks and bingo! you are on.

Most likely, the organisers of the event paid for it and they just crash in on that story _ killing 2 birds with one stone!

That "BUSH" isn't it anymore.

Good for her though she has been seen across africe like she could have, if she had appeared on AIT!

Realise that the CNN you watch down there in west africa is different from the one shown in some other parts of the world and GOD help her that edition will be recommended for broadcast on other CNN channels across the world.

I would rather love to see her appear on CHANNELS than that overtly government apologetic channel that crowns itself as the news leader.

Just wonder what people like WALTER CRONKITE would say when CNN comes to AMERICA to pronounce that it is the news leader!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Please Guys Lets plug into the real news leader like ABC, NBC, FOXXXXXXXX or even CHANNELS and AIT!

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Haba! she has not reached that extent yet. Maybe 5 years time

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It was a special CNN programme on Africa, and they decided to talk about nollywood. It was okay, at least it was a fair report.

Jeff Koinange mentioned the low quality of the costuming, set-design and camera, the report also focused on the growing popularity of nollywood in africa and the world. Ini  Edo was interviewed at the African music awards where hollywood stars like Vivica A. Fox and Louis Garsett where present.

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could someone prove a link or something where we can watch and verify?

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oh ok, so it wasnt like she was at the CNN centre?

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It was a special cnn programme on Africa, and they decided to talk about nollywood. It was okay, at least it was a fair report.

Jeff Koinange mentioned the low quality of the costuming, set-design and camera, the report also focused on the growing popularity of nollywood in africa and the world. Ini Edo was interviewed at the African music awards where hollywood stars like Vivica A. Fox and Louis Garsett where present.

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i saw her on CNN, even tough some of the comments Jeff Konainge said was kinda emarrasing to the movie industry,

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I did not see her. But was she doing?

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Orikinla, what was she doing. Please tell us ooooooooooo

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Weti she dey find for CNN?iF IT'S TRUE,THEN TO HER CREDIT

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