Check Out How Yoruba Celebrities Step Out For The ‘Battle On Buka Street’ Movie Premiere (Picture) - IgbohoConnect
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Many Nollywood celebrities attended yesterday’s “Battle On Buka Street” movie premiere, and they all looked fantastic in their attire. We’ll examine at several female celebrities and how they attended the event.

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Funke Akindele looks amazing dressed in Yoruba clothing. She is dressed in a Bubu gown made of “Aso Oke” fabric. Her trouser is made of Ankara cloth, and the two pieces work well together. Together with her makeup, headtie, and sneakers, her jewelry and attire complement each other (Gale).

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Nkechi Blessing is dressed as a white senator, but she chose to represent her tribe through her appearance by donning a jacket made of the Igbo fabric known as “Isi Agwu.” Her jacket added to the attractiveness of her appearance, and in Igbo nation, her necklace, staff, and cap represent seniority.

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Ruth Kadiri is dressed in a blue wrapper and a scarlet blouse. She looked good in the two-color mix, which also lightened her appearance. Her purse, gown, makeup, and shoes added to the elegance of her appearance, and the hand of her blouse is exquisitely crafted.

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Two different fabrics were used to create the short corset gown that Toke Makinwa is sporting. Her dress’ down portion featured a creative design that gave her a stylish appearance. Her dress, which had an off-the-shoulder neckline, showed off her curvaceous figure.

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Iyabo Ojo is dressed in a turtleneck corset-fitted gown with a distinctive fabric color. Her dress has two different styles of hand sewing, and the corset is made of a crimson cloth. She is wearing a gown with a puffy hand and long sleeves, and her accessories complemented her attire.

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