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Nigeria Celebrities That Studied Law But Went Into Entertainment Industry

The nation of Nigeria is endowed with a large number of outstanding actors, musicians, and other members of the entertainment business. This brings us

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The nation of Nigeria is endowed with a large number of outstanding actors, musicians, and other members of the entertainment business. This brings us to the topic of the fact that several well-known celebrities working in the entertainment business and have legal training. Yet, to pursue their interests in the entertainment industry, they gave up what they were learning in school and instead focused on developing their skills. And here you will find the names and images of several notable Nigerian celebrities who studied law but ultimately chose careers in the entertainment industry instead. This publication can be found in New Telegraph

1. Anayo Modestus Onyekwere

Popularly known as Kanayo O. Kanayo. A well-known actor in Nollywood who also has a law degree but excels as an actor thanks to his natural aptitude. According to BBC, He became a lawyer at 58 years

2. Funke Akindele-Bello

I’m sure some individuals are surprised to learn that the famous actress also has a legal background. According to Vanguard, the actress also possesses a degree in legal studies.

3. Omawumi

In addition to being a singer, Omawumi has a law degree. The musician attended Ambrose Alli University and earned a degree there.

4. Richard Mofe-Damijo

RMD, as he is more commonly known, attended the University of Lagos to study law.

5. Folarin Falana

Better known by his stage name Falz is a musician from Nigeria. He received a legal education but ultimately decided to pursue a career in the music industry. He is a Nigerian lawyer’s son; his father is a SAN Falana.

6. Ebuka Obi-Uchendu

who is also a media personality and has a degree in law from an accredited university.

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