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The Informer
30th June 2011, 12:47 AM
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Beautiful and one of the most consistent Nollywood screen goddess Genevieve Nnaji met a similar image her when she came to Ghana last weekend for the premiere of new African blockbuster “The Mirror Boy” at the Silver bird Cinema in Accra.

Genevieve met her “twin sister” in the person of Mariam Osei Agyeman inside the Silver bird cinema and the two took a memorable picture together. Gene could not believe the similarities between her and Mariam who is co-incidentally an upcoming actress. Her face, her height, skin colour, body size among other features was almost a photocopy of the Nigerian actress.

Miriam is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism and currently a radio Producer at X-FM, an M.C, a TV Presenter at TV3 and an up and coming actress.

Mariam produced the “Atlantis Evening Drive” on Atlantis Radio at the time it was hosted by Kwame Fakye and the co-produced the Atlantis Evening Drive when Ruddy Kwakye, Eddy Blay and Jackie Ankrah took over.

She featured in the comedy serial ‘Double Trouble’ and was part of the team that launched the international game show “Who wants to be rich” in Ghana.

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Mariam has been part of some great Television commercials. She was signed as the Face of Mobile Telecommunication Company, Tigo for a year for the Tigo Brand Awareness campaign shoot in India, she featured in Taste Tom, Union Plastics and Hallo Pizza adverts.

Currently, she produces the X-factor” a late night radio show on X-FM, and the “Hit list” and an entertainment review show also on X-FM. On TV, Mariam is the Presenter for the FESTIVAL TRAIN SHOW on TV3, a periodic outdoor concert TV show that celebrates the rich culture of Ghana from music and arts.

Mariam was very happy to have finally met her mentor on the big screen Genevieve Nnaji who she co-incidentally looks very like. “I feel so great that I have finally met Gene. She is a great actress and one of the few decent actresses in Africa.

Even though she is my personal favorite African actress which I very much want to become like or perhaps do better than her, a lot of people always say that I look very much like her.

I didn’t believe it until I met her she is a very nice person and she has been able to maintain herself very well”, Mariam told peacefmonline.com.


Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana