Nigerian Star Omotola Ekeinde Joins Judith Sephuma And Others For A Good Cause

One Campaign has launched the next phase of their Poverty is Sexist campaign, in the form of a track recording by 7 of the African continent’s most talented women artists including our very own Judith Sephuma.  Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has signed on to star in the video.

While South Africa is embroiled in shameful chapter of Xenophobic attacks against our fellow Africans living in Mznasi, One.Org  has assembled the continent's most prominent female talent for a campaign geared at highlighting the link between poverty and sexism.

The Poverty is Sexist campaign to empower women on the continent, as they are the most affected by this problem as mothers who head household and rear our children, has been in full swing for several months now.

It is poignant though that in this dark days of intolerance among African brothers and sisters with this xenophobia madness, the talented ladies of our continent will be working together for a greater good for the continent, irrespective of their nationality.

Ekeinde is an African powerhouse talent with a huge star power. The former model turned singer/actress has starred in over 300 films since her debut in Nollywood in 1995. She made her US tv debut on VH1's scripted series "Hit The Floor" in early 2013 followed by an honour from Time Magazine as one of its 100 Most Influencial People of 2013 alongside Michelle Obama and Beyonce in the same year.  

No doubt our songstresses are in good company with Omotola Jalade Ekeinde starring in their video. 

The soundtrack and video will be recorded in Johannesburg this week.

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