Lota Chukwu, the Nigerian actress, says she is working on a documentary film for the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA).

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The movie star broke the news on her verified Twitter page on Thursday.

“Anyway, I’m producing a documentary for FIFA,” she wrote.

The Nollywood actress, while replying in the comment section, also disclosed that the new documentary film will be directed by Nora Awolowo.

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Chukwu shot into prominence with her hilarious role as ‘Kiki’ in Funke Akindele’s ‘Jenifa Diary’ before she later went on to become a household name on the Africa Magic epic series ‘Ajoche’.

Before venturing into acting, Chukwu was a model who participated in the 2011 edition of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria pageant.

She began her acting career that same year and went to feature in some hit films like ‘The Royal Hibiscus Hotel’, ‘Arbitration’, and ‘Dognapped’.

The 31-year-old film star has also picked up roles as a vixen in music videos.

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She played the lead character in the video of Reminisce’s ‘Ponminle’ as well as Aramide’s ‘Why So Serious.’



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