Adekemi Taofeek is who is an actress and a producer from Abeokuta in Ogun State, She is also an Alumnus of Lagos State University and has produced countless movies such as “Tibi Tire” followed by “Babymama” and Now Silifa Alamala which is currently a blockbuster has emphatically stated about the inspirational role of her father in her life especially through her acting sojourn.

The fast-rising Nollywood actress made this known during a short interview session with Arbico Parrot Team (Ayomide Oguntimehin, Emmanuel Daraloye) which she talked about her travails of discouragement, perceived stereotype and bit of her relationship status.

When she was quizzed about how she felt playing roles with veteran actors which are considered a landmark in one’s career as a Nollywood actress, she said she has the vibe to put in her best, she said “the first time I worked with Ali Nuhu, Francise duru and Majeed Michael I was like I need put all my best, it was a good start for me and an opportunity for me to showcase my talent at the pick. She said her father has never been in her acting career support but she sees him as a good source of inspiration, she said “My father has never been in support and he happens to be the first person to discourage me about acting”. “My father has been my source of inspiration”. She added

She expressly stated that she started acting from Secondary school, saying that “After my secondary school, i usually do follow my friends to rehearsals but at that time all i do is seat and watch them rehearse but after few weeks the director asked me to join them and i was like me? So that was how the Acting journey started miraculously.

SILIFA ALAMALA actress expressed her satisfaction with the fact that people were enjoying the blockbuster movie. Even though they were claims by a lot of people tagging her as a stereotype, which involves her mostly act in Yoruba movie, she stated that “I started wit AGN, But for some reasons, I have to find my way to Yoruba movies. Directors out there, I’m ready for roles I sabi speak English ooo”

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