PRESIDENT OBAMA Invites A Nollywood Star For A White House Tour (Photos)

Kenneth Okonkwo

It was a great day for Nollywood and all enterprising youths of Africa as President Obama invited the Nollywood First Actor, Kenneth Okonkwo, for an inspiring tour at the White House on the 3rd of April, 2016 at 3:15pm American time.

Reacting to the tour, kenneth Okonkwo said it was an awesome experience and also a humbling one. He attributed the tour and the invitation extended to him by the US President as an Act of God. It took God’s grace to facilitate this tour.

Kenneth Okonkwo

Fans Surrounded him after he came out of White House

Being priviledged to be conducted round the Oval Office and the White House is an experience of a life time. I thank President Obama, who is following in the footsteps of President Thomas Jefferson in opening the White House for public scrutiny. In his letter to me, the President wrote “Your visit today helps to fulfill my goal of creating the most open and accessible administration in American history”. I intend to write a more detailed article on how this tour has fortified my belief that Nigeria like America shall overcome.

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About Delia Innoma

Delia Innoma is a prolific writer, promoter, artist manager with full professional proficiency in English, German and Igbo languages. She studied accounting and computer programming at the Institute of Management and Technology Enugu and Germany respectively. Delia is also a devoted mother of two and she founded the Diamond Celebrities Magazine. Her sense of responsibility and commitment to the Christian faith are essential forces driving her daily activities.

26 Responses to “PRESIDENT OBAMA Invites A Nollywood Star For A White House Tour (Photos)”

  1. The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, you have that fear of God, that’s why The Almighty God added all others to you. God blessing 4 your humbleness

  2. Wow this is a huge honour accorded to him,naija rockd

  3. Inemibo Kalada Opuiyo Reply April 18, 2016 at 05:47

    Good things go to good people. Bros and sisters it pays to be good.

  4. My bro it is God s favour . Don’t listen to what the enemy of progress say or will say. God blesses who he choose to.

  5. Whether he was invited or he went as a tourist, the important was that he was there. Go and do your own. My brother Ken, as the chap that opens the way for others, they can now know it is possible.

  6. Baloney ! Anybody can book a tour of White House!!

  7. Curiosity the Cat Reply April 16, 2016 at 12:36

    So where are the pictures of Kenneth and president Obama who invited him and took him on a tour of the White House?

  8. Sir kenny oluwa is involve, bigger u, better u nwa nsukka asadu.

  9. Nigeria, na wa. The tickets are available, you can get the ticket for free.

    Spring Garden Tour Times and Tickets

    Saturday April 16: 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM
    Sunday April 17: 10:00 AM to 2:30 PM

    “Free timed tickets will be distributed at the Ellipse Visitor Pavilion located just west of the corner of 15th and E Streets, NW beginning at 9:00 AM on each tour day. Tickets are first-come-first-served. Only one ticket per person, so everyone in your group needs to be present in line to receive a ticket. “

  10. Congrats Mr Kenneth Okonkwo

  11. Well done Kennet and co for the job well done

  12. Congrats.he deserves it.Dumebi’s husband hve believed or whatever it was and started acting was a huge step of faith and happy someone thought it wise to celebrate u in ur lifetime

  13. I love this congratulations ken

  14. Nice one.. Nollywood forever

  15. Wooa
    Nice one
    sign of no discrimination
    And equality. To rochas aturu Hausa dat mounted the bill board of Obama’s hand shake in imo state, of a u can see dat common man can also visit d white house @ no cost

  16. Andy!!! gr8 Dude!!!

  17. U are my momaton sir. The sky is ur lemate.

  18. main who dosent see photo shopping in those pics black suit & brown trousers fake is not true

  19. Congratulation

  20. Photo shop he may have visited the white house like any other tourist and allowed to iew the mansion through the fence but he was not given a tour of the white house interior by Obama. Otherwise why didn’t he pose with Obama in any photograph? And if you look closely at the poctures taken inside, you will agree with me that they were superimposed

  21. These first actors, in the movie “Living in Bondage” not only block-busted, they created a new genre of African and soon to be world entertainment: the Nigerian movie scene! Forceful, dynamic, with its own original vibe!

  22. osinachi oooo

  23. Congrats Barrister Kenneth Okonkwo : ‘No More Living in Bondage’

  24. Great one sir! you too much

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