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“Osita Iheme (Pawpaw) helped me survive in Nigeria” – Watabombshell

Ghanaian actor Enoch Darko, also known as Watabombshell, recently shared in a conversation with Kwaku Manu about the significant impact Nigerian actor Osita Iheme, popularly known as Pawpaw, had on his career.

Darko expressed his gratitude towards Iheme for mentoring him during his early days in Nollywood, stating that Iheme taught him the intricacies of acting and helped to refine his skills.

Darko praised Iheme’s humility and admired him for his willingness to impart knowledge and support to fellow actors.

He credited Iheme for positively influencing his career and acknowledged that he had learned many things from the Nigerian star that he might not have learned in Ghana.

Darko contrasted the supportive culture of Nollywood with his observations about the Ghanaian film industry, noting that Nigerian actors were more willing to assist each other and newcomers, a sentiment that he felt was lacking in Ghana.

Overall, Darko expressed deep appreciation for Iheme’s guidance and emphasized the importance of humility and respectfulness in the entertainment industry.

Watch the video below to hear more about Darko’s experiences and insights.

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