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History of the British farthing

History of the British farthing.
Historically, the British farthing was a continuation of the English farthing, a coin struck by English monarchs prior to the Act of Union 1707 that was worth a quarter of an old penny (​1⁄960 of a pound sterling). Only pattern farthings were struck under Queen Anne. The coin was struck intermittently through much of the 18th century, but counterfeits became so prevalent the Royal Mint ceased striking them after 1775. The next farthings were the first ones struck by steam power, in 1799 by Matthew Boulton at his Soho Mint. The Royal Mint resumed production in 1821. The farthing was struck regularly under George IV, William IV and in most years of Queen Victoria's long reign. The coin continued to be issued in most years of the first half of the 20th century, and in 1937 it finally received its own design, a wren (pictured). By the 1950s, inflation had eroded its value. It ceased to be struck after 1956 and was demonetised in 1961.

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Liz Benson

Elizabeth Benson (born 5 April 1966) is a famous Nollywood actress, television personality and philanthropist. She began acting when she was just 5 years old.[1] She became popular when she featured in Fortunes, a television soap opera in 1993. Benson played the part of Mrs. Agnes Johnson in the soap, which ran for about two years on the Nigerian Television Authority network. In 1994, her role in Glamour Girls, a successful home video film that focused on the theme of prostitution, literally changed her fortune after Fortunes. The movie shot her into prominence and gradually she warmed her way into the minds of millions of Nigerian movie fans. Surprisingly, just when her rating as a leading actress had begun to rise even higher than expected, Benson suddenly quit acting in 1996. She became a born-again Christian and started preaching the gospel. The Efik-born actress, took another shot at marriage after her conversion. In a quiet court ceremony in Abuja, She married Bishop Great Ameye of Freedom Family Assembly in 2009 at the Rainbow Christian Assembly in Warri, Delta State.[2] The couple are deeply involved in a Christian Evangelical Ministry. While Benson is an evangelist, her husband, Emeya, is a pastor in Warri, Delta State.[3]

Benson lost her first husband (Samuel Gabriel Etim) while around her mid-twenties. She said that she actually gained strength from his character and that made her able to carry on with her children through the loss.

She started acting when she was five years old. She is loved by most movie watchers in Nigeria and is seen as one of the first ladies of Nollywood.

Some of her more popular roles include her role as Titubi in Femi Osofisan's Morountodun and as Mrs. Agnes Johnson in Fortunes, a soap opera that ran for about two years on Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) Channel 10. She acted in a number of Nollywood video-films such as Evil Men 1 and 2, Shame, Conspiracy, Izaga, Burden, Stolen Child, Faces, Dead End, Tycoon, Glamour Girls, Body of Vengeance and a horde of other movies.

Benson is an evangelist and lives in Delta State with her husband. Together they run a ministry, Freedom Family Assembly.[4]

Selected filmography

[6]


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  • "Why I Remarried — Liz Benson". Modern Ghana. Retrieved 24 May 2018.

  • Ademola Olonilua (10 March 2012). "From showbiz to the pulpit". The Punch. Archived from the original on 13 April 2012. Retrieved 29 July 2013.

  • Kemi Lawal. "MY MISTAKES BELONG TO THE PAST – LIZ BENSON". Nigeriafilms. Punch. Archived from the original on 10 April 2013. Retrieved 29 July 2013.

  • "Check out Liz Benson, Frederick Leonard, Mimi Orijekwe in upcoming series". Pulse Nigeria. Chidumga Izuzu. Retrieved 21 May 2015.

    1. "Liz Benson's Daughter, Lilian's Pre Wedding Photos Are So Adorable- See Photos". Koko Level's Blog. 30 March 2017. Retrieved 24 May 2018.

    External links

    Nkiru Sylvanus

    Nkiru Sylvanus (born April 21, 1982)[1] is a Nigerian actress and politician. During her career as an actress, she featured in over seventy movies and won the awards for Best Actress of the Year at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards and Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards.[1][2][3][4]

    Early life and education

    Sylvanus was born in Osisioma, Aba, a city located in Abia State. She attended Ohabiam Primary and Secondary School, where she obtained her first school leaving certificate and West African Senior School Certificate. She also attended the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, graduating with a BSc degree in mass communication.[5][6][7]

    Acting career

    Described by The Punch newspaper as a veteran, Sylvanus began her acting career at the age of 17, in 1999. She has been featured in over 70 Nollywood movies.[1][8][9]

    She has been featured twice (2017 & 2018) in The Guardian's publication on Celebrities Who Made Headlines.[10][11]

    Political career

    In 2011 Sylvanus was included in the cabinet of former governor of Imo state Rochas Okorocha as his Special Assistant on Lagos State Affairs and later became his Special Adviser on Public Affairs.[12][13][14][15]

    2012 kidnap and release

    Sylvanus, who was a special assistant to former Governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha on Public affairs was kidnapped on December 15, 2012 at 2.30pm as reported by various reputable Nigerian media houses. A Vanguard media publication reported that a ransom of a ₦100,000,000[7] (One hundred million naira) which was (per exchange rate) in 2012 equivalent to $640,000 (Six Hundred and forty thousand U.S dollars) was demanded by her captors in exchange for her release.[16][17][18][19][20] It was reported by Nigerian media houses that on December 21, 2012 at 10:30pm, Sylvanus was released from captivity.[19]

    Awards

    Personal life

    In 2014 Sylvanus married Stanley Duru. As of 2019, they are separated.[21][22][23]

    Selected filmography

    • Final Tussle (2008)
    • Life Bullets (2007)
    • Fine Things (2007)
    • No More Love (2007)
    • Secret Pain (2007)
    • She Is My Sister (2007)
    • The Last Supper (2007)
    • Treasures Of Fortune (2007)
    • Alice My First Lady (2006)
    • Buried Emotion (2006)
    • Divided Attention (2006)
    • Pastor’s Blood (2006)
    • Serious Issue (2006)
    • Sweetest Goodbye (2006)
    • What A Mother (2005)
    • Dangerous Mind (2004)
    • Hope Of Glory (2004)
    • King Of The Jungle (2004)
    • My Blood (2004)
    • Queen (2004)
    • The Staff Of Odo (2004)
    • Unconditional Love (2003)
    • Egg Of Life (2003)
    • Green Snake (2003)
    • Six Problems (2003)
    • Holy Violence (2003)
    • Last Weekend (2003)
    • Onunaeyi: Seeds Of Bondage (2003)
    • The Only Hope (2003)
    • A Cry For Help (2002)
    • Love In Bondage (2002)
    • Miracle (2002)
    • Pretender (2002)
    • Unknown Mission (2002)
    • Never Come Back (2002)
    • Terrible Sin (2001)

    References


  • "Nkiru Sylvanus Bio, Age, Education, Husband, Marriage, Wedding, Career". AfricanMania. 2017-06-23. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • Haliwud (2016-02-02). "Photos: Veteran Nollywood Actress, Nkiru Sylvanus Flaunts Her New Look". Information Nigeria. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Veteran Actress, Nkiru Sylvanus Turns Musician, Releases Gospel Album". Within Nigeria. 2018-06-07. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • Obioji, Amaka (2018-06-20). "I've never been married, looking for a man to marry me now - Actress Nkiru Sylvanus". www.legit.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "The good, bad and sweet story of Nkiru Sylvanus". Vanguard News. 2012-11-16. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Nse, Nkiru Sylvanus and Ivie Okujaiye battle for AMVCA award tonight!". Vanguard News. 2014-03-07. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Gunmen kidnap Nkiru Sylvanus, demand N100m". Vanguard News. 2012-12-16. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Nkiru Sylvanus". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Celebrities who made headlines in 2018". guardian.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Celebrities who made headlines in 2018". guardian.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Celebrities that made headlines in 2017 – Part 1". guardian.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Nkiru Sylvanus 'I will act in more movies this year,' actress reveals". www.pulse.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • Orenuga, Adenike. "Nkiru Sylvanus gets new appointment in Imo". Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Nkiru Sylvanus gets third political appointment in 3 years". Nigerian Entertainment Today. 2014-09-17. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Actress Nkiru Sylvanus Picks Another Juicy Job In Imo". P.M. News. 2014-09-17. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Gov. Okorocha's Aide, Nkiru Sylvanus, Kidnapped In Owerri". Sahara Reporters. 2012-12-16. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "THE ABDUCTION OF NKIRU SYLVANUS IN OWERRI". www.thenigerianvoice.com. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Kidnap of Nkiru Sylvanus".

  • "Jubilation as Nkiru Sylvanus, Okoli regain freedom". Vanguard News. 2012-12-20. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Actress-Cum-Politician, Nkiru Sylvanus Abducted By Gunmen". www.thenigerianvoice.com. Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • Orenuga, Adenike. "Nkiru Sylvanus weds Oge Okoye's ex-husband, Stanley Duru". Retrieved 2019-11-28.

  • "Oge Okoye Actress' ex-husband reportedly marries Nkiru Sylvanus". www.pulse.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-29.

    1. Falae, Vivian (2018-05-01). "Oge Okoye's ex-husband story". www.legit.ng. Retrieved 2019-11-29.

    External links

    Sola Sobowale

    1. Sola Sobowale, popularly known as 'Toyin Tomato' is a Nigerian film actress, screenwriter, director and producer.[1] She had her big break in 2001, in the premiere of Nigeria's popular TV Drama Series Super Story: Oh Father, Oh Daughter. [2]

      Career

      She joined acting through numerous roles in movies produced by Awada Kerikeri Group under the leadership of Adebayo Salami.[3] Over the years, she had scripted, co-scripted, directed and produced several Nigerian films.[4] She scripted, produced and directed, Ohun Oko Somida, a 2010 Nigerian film that stars Adebayo Salami.[5] She featured in Dangerous Twins, a 2004 Nigerian drama film produced by Tade Ogidan, written and directed by Niji Akanni.[6] She also featured in Family on Fire produced and directed by Tade Ogidan.[7]

      Awards

      in 2019, she received the African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her role in 2018 Nigerian film: King of Boys [8]

      Selected filmography

      See also

      References


    2. "I've lovely legs but I can't wear skimpy dresses –Sola Sobowale". The Punch - Nigeria's Most Widely Read Newspaper.

    3. "3 defining characters in Sola Sobowale's career so far". Pulse Nigeria. 2019-11-25. Retrieved 2020-04-18.

    4. "Nigeria's Fading Movie Stars - P.M. NEWS Nigeria". pmnewsnigeria.com.

    5. "Family, friends, colleagues in attendance as veteran actress, Sola Sobowale's son weds". africanewshub.com.

    6. "African Film". google.co.uk.

    7. "Sola Sobowale Returns In 'Family On Fire' - P.M. NEWS Nigeria". pmnewsnigeria.com.

    8. "Tade Ogidan plans to take Family on Fire to the people". Vanguard News.

    9. guardian.ng https://guardian.ng/saturday-magazine/and-the-winner-is-fiery-actress-sola-sobowale-of-nollywood/. Retrieved 2020-04-18. Missing or empty |title= (help)

    Osas Ighodaro

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    Osas Ighodaro
    Osas Ighodaro.jpg
    Ighodaro co-hosting the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards in Lagos (2014)
    Born
    Osariemen Martha Elizabeth Ighodaro

    October 26th
    NationalityNigerian-American
    Alma mater
    Occupation
    • Actress
    • Host
    • Humanitarian
    • Producer
    Years active2005–present
    Spouse(s)
    Gbenro Ajibade (m. 2015⁠–⁠2019)
    Children1
    WebsiteOfficial website

    Osas Ighodaro (born Osariemen Martha Elizabeth Ighodaro; 26 October) is a Nigerian American actress, producer, host and humanitarian. She won the Miss Black USA Pageant in 2010 and founded The Joyful Joy Foundation, raising funds and awareness towards the fight against Malaria.[2][3] Additionally, she co-hosted the 2014 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards. She played the role of Adanna (Danni) on the soap opera Tinsel, and won Best TV Actress of the Year at the 2014 ELOY Awards.[4][5] Osas emerged highest grossing Nollywood actress of 2018. [6]

    Biography

    Ighodaro was born in Bronx, New York, United States, to Nigerian parents from Edo State. She obtained her first degree in broadcasting journalism with dual minors in entrepreneurship and theater from Pennsylvania State University. She further obtained a master's degree in fine arts from the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University. She moved to Nigeria in 2012 with plans to spend just six months and return to the United States; she however got other jobs, along with Tinsel and hasn't moved back since then. She hosted the Maltina Dance All Reality show.[7][8] She is the founder of the Joyful Joy Foundation[9][10] and is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.

    She and Folu Storms joined MTV Shuga for series four in October 2019.[11]

    Personal life

    She married Gbenro Ajibade in June 2015.[12] They had their first child in 2016. They divorced shortly after[13]

    Filmography

    Films

    Year Title Role
    2020 Namaste Wahala[14] Preemo
    2020 Bad Comments Hilda
    2020 Mama Drama Mena
    2020 Ratnik Sarah Bello
    2019 Your Excellency (film) Candy
    2019 Bling Lagosians Demidun
    2018 King of Boys Sade Bello
    2018 Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons Chidinma
    2018 New Money (2018 film) Angela Nwachukwu
    2016 A Walk in the Wind Mary
    2016 Entreat Margaret
    2016 Put a Ring on it Eki
    2015 Gbomo Gbomo Express Cassandra
    2015 Where Children Play Nia
    2015 The Department Tolu [15]
    2011 Restless City Adinike
    2009 The Tested Sheena
    2008 Cadillac Records Maid
    2008 Across a Bloodied Ocean Nafisa
    2006 Killa Season (film) Shinae

    Television

    Year Title Role
    2020 Smart Money Woman TV series Zuri
    2020 Assistant Madams Chioma
    2019 MTV Shuga Sergeant Alice Iyanu
    2018 EVE (Africa Magic) Sylvia
    2013-2015 Maltina Dance All Host
    2012-2014 Tinsel Adanna
    2013 Parallels - The Webseries Ruth
    2012 12 Steps to Recovery Jellybean
    2010 Meet the Browns Nurse Mileen
    2006 Conviction Girlfriend

    Theater

    • Fela & the Kalakuta Queens
    • For Coloured Girls (Nigerian adaptation)
    • Underground
    • Dolores
    • He Said, She Said
    • How Sweet
    • Platanos Y Collard Greens
    • Revenge of a King
    • Joe Turners Come and Gone
    • Coloured Museum

    Awards and nominations

    Year Event Category Work Result
    2010 Miss Black USA Pageant Miss Black USA 2010[16]
    Won
    2014 ELOY Awards Actress of the Year - TV[17] Tinsel Won
    2015 Green October La Mode Magazine Awards Humanitarian Award[18] Joyful Joy Foundation Won
    2015 ELOY Awards Brand Ambassador of the Year[19] Polo Avenue; Konga.com Won
    Actress of the Year - Film The Department Nominated
    2016 Golden Movie Awards Golden Supporting Actress[20] Gbomo Gbomo Express Nominated
    2016 2016 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Supporting Actress of The Year[21] Gbomo Gbomo Express Won

    References


  • "Osas Ighodaro tells you what THEY made her do on The SpOt". EbonyLife TV. Retrieved 13 June 2015.

  • "Miss Black Connecticut Crowned Miss Black USA 2010 in the nations capitol". PrNewswire.com. Retrieved 10 August 2010.

  • "Malaria Deadly Toll". Huffington Post. Retrieved 25 April 2016.

  • "Its Ok to Come Back Home: From New York to Lagos Tinsel actress Osas Ighodaro is spreading her wings". bellanaija.com. 2013-06-15. Retrieved 11 July 2014.

  • "Trending with Osas". nollywoodexpress.com. 2014-04-22. Retrieved 11 July 2014.

  • {{cite web | url=https://sodasandpopcorn.com/osas-ighodaro-nollywood-2018/

  • "Osas replaces Kemi Adetiba as host of Maltina Dance All Show". thenet.ng. 2013-01-09. Retrieved 11 July 2014.

  • "Fashion should be on Point - Osas Ighodaro". punchng.com. 2013-07-04. Retrieved 11 July 2014.

  • "Osas Ighodaro Ajibade". Huffington Post.com. 2016-04-25. Retrieved 25 April 2016.

  • "Malaria Deadly Toll / Osas Ighodaro Ajibade". Huffington Post.com. 2016-04-25. Retrieved 25 April 2016.

  • "Tobi Bakre, Osas Ighodaro, Folu Storms grace MTV Shuga Season". Vanguard News. 2019-10-26. Retrieved 2020-06-27.

  • Adebayo, Tireni (2018-11-01). "Gbenro Ajibade & Osas Ighodaro go separate ways as marriage hits the rock". Kemi Filani News. Retrieved 2019-03-22.

  • "Gbenro Ajibade calls out wife, Osas Ighodaro on Instagram over neglect of their child". www.pulse.ng. 2019-02-17. Retrieved 2019-03-22.

  • http://www.CNN.com/2020/02/24/Africa/nollywood-and-bollywood-namaste-wahala/index.html

  • "Watch Osas Ighodaro, OC Ukeje, Majid Michel in trailer". ThePulse.ng. Retrieved 16 January 2015.

  • "2010 Miss Black USA Crowned". News.cn. Wang Guanqun. Retrieved 10 August 2010.

  • "Exquisite Lady of the Year Awards Seyi Shay, Toke Makinwa, Mo'Cheddah, DJ Cuppy, Others Nominated". Pulse Nigeria. Chinedu Adiele. Retrieved 20 October 2014.

  • "Green October 2Face, Tony Elumelu, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, others recognized at humanitarian/fashion show". pulse.ng. Chinedu Adiele. Retrieved 7 October 2015.

  • "Osas Ighodaro Emerges Brand Ambassador of the Year at ELOY Awards". thenet.ng. Kayode Badmus. Retrieved 30 November 2015.

  • "Full List of nominees for 2016 Golden Movie Awards Africa". Ghanaweb.com. Retrieved 25 May 2016.

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