14 years After Nollywood Actor Clem Ohameze left Acting Career for Politics, See Recent Pictures.

Clem Ohameze is a veteran Nollywood star entertainer that has included in motion pictures from the Industry since the 90s, committing a very long time to his acting vocation. The exceptionally capable entertainer began his expert acting profession in the Industry in 1995, however, shot into Stardom after his masterclass execution in the film ‘Endtime’, a hit during the 90s. From that point forward, he has been included in more than 100 films. He is popular for his Favorite function as a ritualist in the majority of the motion photos he plays. 

He is so inseparable from the job that on the off chance that you see a film pack with Clem as one of the actors, it is practically sure that he may wind up being a Ritualist in the film. Be that as it may, these are all fiction, he is a truly decent and God-dreading man truly. He is hitched to his beautiful wife, Chinwe Esther Ohameze. Their marriage is honored with two lovely kids named Stephenie and Skye.

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In 2006, Clem, who is one of the organizers of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, went on a brief leave from Acting. He took a break between 2006 – 2010 to wander into governmental issues.

See a portion of his Politics-partnered photos below. 

As expressed over, the film most youthful Nigerians would recall Clem for his blockbuster named ‘Last Burial’. Most young people of these days would recall that film with shuddering, as he conveyed the first-class execution, playing his Favorite and acclimated job – ritualist. He is unquestionably not in shy of cash, as he is assessed to be worth around $4.5 million, which is about N1.6 billion in Nigerian money. No big surprise he wandered into legislative issues, a game held for just the well off.

In ongoing news, there have been reports that the Actor was assaulted by criminals in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State. We are trusting the entertainer is healthy and spirits, we likewise wish him a fast recuperation from the wounds he may have continued from the assault. The frequency was said to have happened on the 22nd of October, 2020. That is three days back. 

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