BY TAOFIK BANKOLE
Nollywood actress, Faithia Balogun Williams has had another feather added to her cap as she has been named as one of 100 most influential Deltans.
A 47-year-old Delta native who speaks many languages, Faithia has starred, produced and directed several successful movies in the industry.
She was recently recognized at the 2015 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) where she won an award for the Best Indigenous Language: Yoruba, for her film, Iya Alalake.
An excited Faithia thanked her fans for their support, writing, ‘To all my fans all over the world .I say thank u and God bless you..pls don’t stop your love and prayer for me…love u Fam.’
Faithia who recently shaved her hair for a movie role, has also won an Africa Movie Academy Award (AMAA), emerging as 2014’s best actress of the year.
This post first appeared on NET