How Celebrities Pulled Up at the Wakanda Forever Premiere (Nigeria Edition)

Disney/Black Marvel’s Panther: Wakanda Forever began its promotional tour on Sunday night with a historic preview in Lagos, Nigeria, ahead of its release this coming week.

A lot of A-list celebrities were present at the Premiere and they appeared in style.

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Here are the best dressed celebrities at the Premiere;

Omawunmi Dada

She rocked a peplum mini dress with puffy sleeves and a feather cape, sporting a braided Mohawk hairstyle.


Known for his eccentric style and mannerisms, the Level Up star certainly felt at home in this attire, pulling off the fierce warrior look effortlessly.

Ini Edo

She sported what appeared to be a puffy sleeve denim top with braided and leather embellishments over a long grey skirt with a dramatic opening in the front.

Adunni Ade

She sported a black and gray dress featuring a strapless corset bodice and a tall hat with gold jewellery.

Prince Nelson

He sported a leather and fur ensemble with a spear and some fierce face paint design, looking like a strong and fearless warrior.

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She was styled by the ever-talented Toyin Lawani, coming through as a Dora Milaje warrior.

Sandra Okunzuma

Nollywood actress, Sandra Okunzuma donned an ankle length gown with openings at the tummy and wing-like hands made of the same design used for the neckline and headtie.

Toyin Lawani

Fashion designer, Toyin looked astonishing in her ever fabulous floor length gown with an amazing hairdo. The design used for the neck is something a true fashion mogul could come up with.

Sharon Ooja

Nollywood actress, Sharon donned a mini gown with cosset giving way for her hips to look broad in the dress.

Elozonam Ogbolu


The BBnaija star sported what looked like a traditional cape and we’ll tailored black pants and hats.

Who rocked the best look?

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