“A Pretty Babe and More” – Femi Branch stir reactions with his new look

Femi Branch, a veteran figure in the Nigerian Nollywood industry, boasts an impressive career as an actor, director, and film producer with decades of experience. According to Wikipedia, he was born on the 14th of May 1970 in Sagamu, located in Ogun State, Nigeria’s southwestern region.

Interestingly, Femi Branch once showcased his acting prowess in a remarkable manner by portraying a female character during a filming location. He confidently donned a wig and fully embraced the role, highlighting his versatility as an actor.

He wrote;

Fresh madness from MR LAWANSONS SHOW this new season. Coming soon! Abeg rate my hotness🔥 from 1 – 10 😁😋 A babe and more 🥰😆🥰😆

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Actor Femi Branch praised Davido for paying tribute to the National Arts Theatre

Famous9ja news recall that Femi Branch, a well-known Nigerian actor, has recently commended Davido, a renowned Nigerian musician, for his efforts to raise awareness about the dire state of the National Arts Theatre, which has been neglected for a considerable amount of time.

During his Timeless concert, Davido and his team constructed an enormous stage that resembled the National Arts Theatre, one of Nigeria’s most significant structures. The stage was a replica of the iconic building, and it was one of the largest in Africa, drawing attention to the National Arts Theatre’s plight.

In response to this, Femi Branch, a strong advocate for the arts in Nigeria, took to his Instagram page to express his admiration for Davido’s gesture. He commended the musician for using his platform to raise awareness about the National Arts Theatre’s state and bring it to the forefront of public consciousness.

The National Arts Theatre is a crucial part of Nigeria’s cultural heritage, and it has been in a state of disrepair for far too long. The building’s poor condition has been a source of concern for many Nigerians, and it is heartening to see public figures like Davido drawing attention to this issue and working to bring about positive change. By highlighting the National Arts Theatre’s plight, Davido and others like Femi Branch are helping to ensure that Nigeria’s cultural heritage is preserved and celebrated for generations to come.

Femi Branch wrote: “Apart from putting up a World class comeback concert @davido did something else that was so unimaginable at the Timeless concert….he paid a fitting tribute to our own beloved National Monument which has suffered so much neglect in the past; THE NATIONAL ARTS THEATRE!!! Davido brought the National Theatre to Tafawa Balewa Square!!!!! How mad is that?!?!?! This is indeed the reason he is called the BADDEST!!!! “Ọmọ Ede mapo orogun” to the world!!!!!.”

The National Arts Theatre, located in Iganmu, Lagos, was built in 1976 and has been in a state of disrepair for many years. It was designed to serve as a hub for the promotion of the country’s arts and culture, but has been largely abandoned due to neglect and lack of maintenance.