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Chioma Omeruah’s latest move


Chioma Omeruah

Comedian, Chioma Omeruah, popularly known as Chigul, would be staring in a new comedy film, Banana Island Ghost (B.I.G), scheduled for release later in the year.

B.I.G, first of five films to be co-produced by BAM and Nemsia Films, is a movie about a ghost scared to go to heaven because he doesn’t have a soulmate. So, he convinces God to give him three days to fall in love.

He is paired with the cantankerous firecracker, Ijeoma, played by Chigul, who would do anything to save her father’s house in Banana Island from the bank coming to reclaim it in three days.


The movie also stars Ali Nuhu, Bimbo Manuel, Damilola Adegbite, Dorcas Fapson, Patrick Diabuah, Saheed Balogun, Tomiwa Edun and Uche Jombo.

Chioma, who has been on the rise in the industry, has not dazzling her fans after her return from the United States.

Born in Lagos, Chioma lived there for the first 18 years of her life. She attended Air Force Secondary School, Jos, Plateau State, and completed her secondary education at Air Force Secondary School, Ikeja, Lagos.

She went on to Abia State University, Uturu, for three months and moved to the US, where she studied French Education at Delaware State University in Dover.

She lived in the US for 12 years before returning to Nigeria at the behest of her father, who sadly, died a month after she came back.

Chioma worked in Lagos for two years before moving to Abuja.

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