‘Power’ actor, Rotimi says visiting Nigeria is life-changing


Rotimi Akinosho is famous for his role as Andre Coleman in TV show, 'Power' and he says coming to Nigeria is a life-changing experience. [Instagram/rotimi] ‘Power’ actor, Rotimi says visiting Nigeria for him has been a life-changing experience.
Rotimi Akinosho, who stars as Andre Coleman in a popular TV show, ‘Power’, has described his visit to Nigeria as a life-changing experience.

Being in Nigeria is a life-changing experience. It’s important to go home. A country filled with Kings & Queens,” he wrote on his Twitter days after arriving in Nigeria.

The entertainer, who doubles as an actor and singer arrived in Nigeria on Friday, November 15, 2019.

Ahead of his arrival in Nigeria, Rotimi took to his Twitter account to speak about his acting roles saying, “it’s a blessing that our gifts affected the culture the way we have. That the characters we play became real because of God’s Grace & purpose. These DMs & comments are hilarious. It means we did our job. The last 5 episodes will answer all your questions.”

Rotimi also revealed that he appeared on Eddie Murphy’s ‘Coming 2 America’.

Rotimi is also famous for playing the role of Darius Morrison on the Starz series ‘Boss’.

Though ‘Power’ remains his biggest claim to fame, Rotimi has featured in other TV series that include, ‘Copper & Stone’, ‘Battle Creek’, ‘Betrayal’, and ‘Law and Order: Special Victims Unit as a guest star.

The actor has also featured in high grossing films like ‘Divergent’, a short film including, ‘Darkest Before Dawn’ and feature films like ‘Black Nativity,’ ‘Imperial Dreams,’ ‘Burning Sands,’ ‘Deuces’, and ‘Acts of Violence’.

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You never paid attention to this job, my house became a site where you cut your wood, you did not work on this project alone, so why are you the only one being called out?

Your pictures look lovely but your finishing isn’t and when complaints were raised your attitude was one of rudeness, trading words and even hanging up on your client.

You blocked your client so there was no way you could be contacted. You only picked up after other people got involved. There are witnesses so you might want to thread carefully. When asked why you blocked me? Your response was you were going on holiday and didn’t need bad vibes. On my money?

You delivered last week and two buttons came off, I had a carpenter fix. 6 more came off and I sent your husband who works with you on projects a message, that pissed you off too. I have never called anyone out in my life pls don’t make out like you are a victim.

I paid for a service and I have a right to complain. My blind is still bad, the top of my closet island is bad and when you were asked, you said nature is responsible for that. You blamed the machine for the bad finishing on the wood too. Pls do the right thing,” Toke wrote.

See Sandra’s reply below.

Toke again replies.

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November 2019