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Lydia Eires Star in a Movie with Mike Ezuruonye and others - CHIMKAMSO

Nollywood fast rising actress lydia Eires was on movie set this week with some big names in the industry. The Edo born black and beautiful actress has been busy with movie project since the beginning of this year from one location to the other. 

Lydia played a key role in the new movie along side star actor  Mike Ezuruonye also featuring in the movie were Amaechi Muonagor, Solomon Akinyesi, Ruth Kadiri, Priscilla Okpara, Rex Nossa, Omalicha Chuks. The movie was Written by Darlington Azoro, and produced by Victor Ibe.  Executive producer, Lydia Eires and directed by Richards Omos Iboyi. 

The story of a village girl chimkamso who was forced to the city to look for greener pastures. Fate brought her into the good life after passing through hell in the hands of her trusted sister.


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