Chinedu Ikedieze and Osita Iheme, aka Aki and PawPaw are seriously considering working on a new project. The movie stars got fans excited on Wednesday 5th May after they shared an Instagram conversation about the new project.
Iheme initiated the talk after he asked Ikedieze: “How far Edu? Just over here soliloquising. I just dey see DM and old clips everywhere. Guess it’s time to answer the call of nature and drop something. How you see am?”
Chinedu responded with “this will be interesting ooo. Should we give them a movie or series?”Guys, what do you think? Should we give you a movie or TV series? What should we call it?”
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Hailing from Imo state, Osita Iheme is widely known for playing the role of Pawpaw in the film “Aki na Ukwa” alongside Chinedu Ikedieze. In 2007, Iheme received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the African Movie Academy Awards.
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Meanwhile, in 2011, Chinedu was honoured as a Member of the Order of the Federal Republic (MFR) by President Goodluck Jonathan.
Ikedieze, who is popularly known as Aki, has featured in over 150 films in a career spanning over 20 years. He has played role of a kid in most of his films during the early days of his career due to his stature and physical appearance.
Osita Iheme studied Mass Communication at Enugu State University. In 2003. he became famous after playing ‘Pawpaw,’ a mischievous child in the comedy film “Aki na Ukwa”. He was given the role of a child many times in his films, as well as more mature and dramatic roles later.
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