Nigerian actor Osita Iheme says he is grateful that clips from movies he made decades ago still find their way into pop culture moments and conversations on social media.

In a media interview, the veteran actor said that these clips and screenshots mostly used as memes prove his impact and people’s appreciation for his acting.

“It’s good to see that your works do well out there and people appreciate what you do even though it has been so many years; people still value it now. It shows that you have an asset,” Osita Iheme said.

He stated that although some clips were shot 20 years ago, he is thankful that people can still relate to it and use it to describe their feelings today.

“So, I feel happy,” Osita Iheme added.

The 42-year-old actor has been in the Nigerian film industry since the early 2000s.

Osita Iheme gained popularity alongside his college Chinedu Ikedieze, after the release of the 2003 film Aki na Ukwa.

He later starred in Mr Ibu, Baby Police, Daddy Must Obey, Two Rats, Village Rascals and many others.

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