Yoruba Actress, Rose Odika Becomes The First Deputy President Of Tampan

The talented Nigerian Yoruba actress, Rose Odika is now the deputy president of Theatre Arts And Motion Pictures Practitioners Association Of Nigeria (Tampan). It was her colleague in the movie industry, Iyabadan that announced this good news on her social media platform.

In the video shared by Iyabadan, actress Rose Odika was seen dancing and jubilating as she finally become the first deputy president of Tampan.

Few weeks ago, the actress Rose Odika revealed that she was contesting for the First Deputy President Of Tampan, and now she has won. This amazing actress, Rose Odika is a very simple and a down to earth person. She is from a humble background and she is the second child in a family of 7. Rose Odika attended St. Richard Catholic primary school in Eleyele, Ibadan. From there, she went to Amadia grammar school. Rose waited a little bit before continuing her education.

While trying to get her jamb right, she went to St. Andrews college of education in music department, she was there for six months. Unfortunately, Rose Odika didn’t make her first jamb examination. Her father wanted her to study Jamal language or linguistics as the second course. But she decided to change her course to theatre art and her father never liked it.

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