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Actress Ibinabo Fiberesima celebrates 51st birthday (photos)

Ibinabo Fiberesima, Nigerian actress, former President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, ex-beauty pageant and event manager is 50.

She kicked off her birthday celebration with a photo of her rocking a blue lingerie, and her caption revealed that she was without a care in the world, as she thanked God who has never left her through 50 seasons.

It’s my 50th birthday! Yaaay!

And in a bid to appreciate my own beauty and while at it, feel utterly special without a care… I opted for lingerie.

“When was the last time you wore a lingerie? For yourself! It’s been a while for me and I used to love how lingerie made me feel; confident and empowered. Lately I’ve been in a funk, but all that means nothing as I reemerge a new, special me. And I feel so much better.

“Hey ladies, lingerie doesn’t have to serve any intentional sexual purpose, so why don’t you wear it for yourself too and appreciate your own beauty. If you haven’t already got a special piece, try to get one! It rocks!

“In 50 years I have discovered inalienable truths.

It is inconsequential what people think of me,

It is irrelevant how everyone perceives me,
I rather believe THE BEAUTY GOD SEES IN ME!

It doesn’t matter what the world calls me,
But it means the world THAT GOD CALLS ME HIS FRIEND.

With me I believe God has penned a masterpiece
For just as my victories to many bring peace

My pains for many does inspire
My personal challenges moving me a hundred feet higher

But through it all God’s hand has never left me, even now, from the darkest dungeons, through the crucibles and the perilous toss of the raging tempest, He has stood me on my feet for 50 seasons. And by His grace I shall stand for much more.” she wrote as she shared photos of her in a lovely green dress for her big day.

Fiberesima made her debut as an actor in the movie ‘Most Wanted’ and had since starred in many Nigerian films.

She was born 13 January 1971 to a Nigerian father and an Irish mother.

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