Toyin Aimakhu Honoured For International Women's Day

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Yoruba movies actress Toyin Aimakhu-Johnson who recently denied saying that she can die for PDP was honoured by an Abuja based health centre calledMedicaid Diagnosis & Cancer. The controversial actress  was paid a tribute which reads;
“TOYIN AIMAKHU JOHNSON is a popular Nigerian actress from Auchi, in Edo State. She came into the Industry in 2003. The last born from a family of five, Toyin has a National Diploma in Marketing from Iree Polytechnic, and studied Philosophy at the University of Ibadan. Toyin Aimakhu is married to the love of her life whom she also describes as her best friend, actor Adeniyi Johnson.

Over the years, she has produced, directed and featured in several Nigerian films, such as Alani Baba Labake and Ebimi ni. She has also received numerous awards.
The Nollywood industry was largely responsible for the GDP rebasing in 2014 which put Nigeria officially as Africa’s biggest economy with a GDP of £307bn.
Aside from the movie industry, she has many passionate causes which include #Cancer advocacy, #Fashion, #Politics and #Womensrights. She is constantly doing good that affects many lives and uses her fame positively.
Today we celebrate her contribution to the growth of the Nigerian woman to mark this years #InternationalWomensDay. #IWD2015 #Movie#Filmmaker

#Yorubamovies #Star#CancerAdvocate”
 Toyin Aimakhu has become very controversial in recent times and just days ago, she was quoted to have said that she can die for the PDP, though she rescinded on that statement. She is also in a rift with former actress, Stella Damasus of which Nigerians found her comments distasteful and classless. Her reported feuds with Funke Akindele and the attention seeking lie constructed telling Nigerians that she earned N1million  to host a wedding have blemished her image. The actress is currently starring in her first English speaking movie.

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