It’s her first movie. Entitled “The Saint” she decided having a premiere in London, United Kingdom.
Anchored by Reverend Mother Esther Ajayi, who is the founder of Love of God Generation Cherubim and Seraphim Church, London, the event attracted prominent Nigerians in the United Kingdom and the veteran refused to sell tickets. Gate pass was free.
It’s been a roller coaster ride in London for actress Idowu Phillips aka Iya Rainbow in London since her movie premiere of October 28.
Already the CEO of Tunmyray Entertainment Tunmise Raymond is organising another party for her next week, November 17. The pretty promoter, whose passion for entertainment is unequalled, has promised that London will ‘shake’ with Mama Rainbow’s party.
In an interview with Kemiashefonlovehaven, Tunmise Ray said she is pulling all the stops to make the 75th party a memorable one for Iya Rainbow.
She said, “She deserves all the things we are doing At 75, she is strong, kind and a professional actor. She is worth whatever she get sin London currently.”
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