The London based actress who recently won 2 awards, is extending her charity works to Nigeria and Ghana this November. She will be visiting some schools and homes in Nigeria. She will also be attending Nollywood Film Festival Award in Abuja between the 26th-30th of Oct before heading to Ghana to extend both her charity work and career as an Actress.
LolaMK’s debut movie. The Lower Cut was nominated and won the award for Best African Film of the Year 2015 at the True African Heritage Awards (TAHA) 2015. The award event took place in London on Saturday the 26th of September, 2015. The actress was very surprise and at the same time excited about the award. This is what she had to say.
“I would like to dedicate this award to all the victims of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), you inspired the production of this movie and our heart goes out to you. We are educating and creating an awareness and ultimately fighting to end FGM around the world. We give God the glory for making it possible. And to the director of The Lower Cut Movie, George Kelly, YOU ROCK! A very big well done to all the casts and crew members who made incredible contribution towards the success of The Lower Cut movie“.
LolaMK also won a Young Achiever Of The Year 2015 awards at African Entrepreneur Awards in London.
“Okay now what do you call that #GodWin!. The joke at the event was that, the man giving the award mention Damilola, I forgot for a minutes that my parent named me Damilola and I sat there clapping and expecting a Damilola to come fort. The man then mentioned Damilola LOLAMK making it easier for me to realise that it was actually me”. “It was an emotional experience for me. I wasn’t expecting it”.