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Ibinabo Fiberesima replies critics over Ankara attire

08 March 2016, 20:40

Lagos - Embattled president of the Actor’s  Guild of Nigeria(AGN), Ibinabo Fiberesima  was widely criticized by fans and fashion critics who wanted to know why she would wear  an Ankara gown for a black tie event.

Ibinabo in a post shared on her Facebook page has replied her haters.

 According to her, "OK enough of the AMVCA2016 awards. Congratulations to all the winners and nominees. Weldone Africa for raising the bar on film making. Thanks haters for making me trend. I wore Ankara and they want to eat me raw. 

I heard it was Africa Movies Award and I promoted Africa with my attire. All made in Nigeria. I am proud of Nigeria. And very proud of the designer Rikaotobyme who worked so hard to create my outfit. You are the best. I had the most fun with my colleagues. 

It was fun reuniting with them after soo long. I am a happy woman today blessed with the Grace of God. I pray people find and know what happiness truly is in their lifetimes. And most importantly I pray people know God. He is real."

Ibinabo was recently spotted selling tomatoes at the Creek market in Port-Harcourt.

OK enough of the AMVCA2016 awards. Congratulations to all the winners and nominees. Weldone Africa for raising the bar...

Posted by Ibinabo Fiberesima on Tuesday, March 8, 2016


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