Omotola celebrates 40th Birthday today with hot photos

Beautiful mum of four and Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade is 40yrs old today, in the call for celebration of her birthday, the Nigerian Actress will be hosting a 5 day event, Night out captioned Omotola4PointO to kick off tomorrow evening.
According to the Nollywood diva, she will be hosting the show herself.
She took to Instagram to share stunning photos of her rocking a stunning blue dress with
a slither from her thighs, all gorgeously ready to Slay her birthday.
She wrote:

Dear Lord…. THANK YOU.
I’m so grateful…
You ALONE Have done this and it is Marvelous in my sight.
Happy Birthday to Me.
It’s Only the beginning #Omotola4pointO

Omotola Jalade who is a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Born 7th February 1978 started her acting career/film debut in 1995,the leading actress has appeared in 300 films, selling millions of video copies.

After receiving numerous high-profile awards, launching a music career, and amassing an enviable fan base, the press has revered the Screen Nation “Best Actress” as the “African Magic”.
Omotola Jalade is the first African celebrity to ever hit the 1million mark on Facebook. She is also the first Nigerian celebrity to be featured on Time Magazines Top 100 most Influential Women along side Personalities like Michelle Obama, Kim Kardashian in 2013.
Omotola got her first big role in the critically acclaimed film, Mortal Inheritance (1995). In the movie, she played a sickle-cell patient who fights for her life despite the odds of survival.
The film is regarded as one of Nigeria’s best movies ever made. Since then, she has starred in several blockbuster movies, including Games Women Play, Blood Sisters, All My Life, Last Wedding, My Story, The Woman in Me and a host of others.
After shooting roughly 300 straight videos, movies, Omotola received her first cinematic movie role in the 2010 film, Ije.

The film was shot on locations in Jos, California and Los Angeles. Ije was the highest grossing Nollywood film at the time – a feat later broken by another film, Phone Swap (2012). That feat has since been surpassed by several other movies.
Omotola got married to Capt. Matthew Ekeinde in 1996, and they have 4 children; M.J. Ekeinde, Micheal Ekeinde, Princess Ekeinde and Meraiah.

The event will kick off from the 7th to the 11th of February. Below are the planned events:
Day 1-7th of February
Omotola’s Birthday With Give And Let Give To Widows And Orphans
Day 2-8th February
Couples Retreat “Reciprocative, Respect, Mental Health And Avoiding Slavery In Marriage”
Day 3-9th February
Renaissance Trip To Trace The Beginning Of Slavery
Day 4-10th February
Symposium. “Mental Slavery And The Emancipation Of The Black Race”
Day 5-11th February
The Omosexy Grand Ball
Happy birthday to the screen diva!