Actress ‘Eniola Badmus’: Biography, Education, Career, Marriage, Net Worth, Cars and Houses, Source of Wealth, Achievements, Awards and Controversy

Balogun Kamilu Lekan


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Eniola Badmus, famously known as Gbogbo Bigz Girl, was born in Lagos on September 7, 1982. She is currently 40 years old (2022).

Eniola is an actress, scriptwriter, entertainer, and social media influencer.

Eniola Badmus became a household name for her perfect interpretation of her roles in movies. The parts she picks in movies fit her physique, voice, and gestures.


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Eniola attended Maryland Convent School, Air Force Primary School and Adeola Elementary School in Ogun State for her elementary education.

She then headed to Anglican Grammar Girls School in Ijebu Ode for her secondary education.

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She then proceeded to the University of Ibadan to bag a Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre Arts before heading to Lagos State University for a Master’s Degree in Economics.


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Eniola Badmus started acting in the early 2000s. She had her debut role in Adun Ewuro, a movie directed by Taiwo Oduala.

She rose to prominence in 2008 for her quintessential role as Gbogbo Bigz Girl in Jenifa, which ushered her into stardom.

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In 2010, she had another significant role in Omo Ghetto as Busty. The quick acceptance of the movie by movie lovers gave Badmus more publicity. 

Eniola has appeared in English and Yoruba movies, playing major roles in them over the years. Some of these include Angelina, Village babes, Blackberry babes, Wicked Stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Ibu, and Child Seller, among others.


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Eniola is reportedly married to Seyi. However, she has kept details about her husband and kids’ lives away from the public.

Net worth

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In 2016, Eniola signed a lucrative endorsement deal with Etisalat as their brand ambassador. She also serves as a brand ambassador for other top brands in Nigeria. Some of which include 

  • Bigi Drinks
  • DSTV
  • Deshapeables Waist trainer
  • Indomie
  • African Cable Television (ACTV)
  • Peak Milk
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The thespian reportedly owns some exotic cars in her fleet. Some of which include

Honda Pilot (N14 million)

Hyundai Palisade SEL SUV (N14,000,000)

Toyota Land Cruiser N30 million. 

Eniola was also spotted with a Rolls-Royce Phantom sedan at an event. 

The thespian also reportedly lives in one of the expensive estates in Lagos with her family.

An online source reported that her net worth is valued at an estimated $3 million. However, NewsWireNGR cannot independently verify this claim.


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Some of her awards and nominations include but are not limited to the list below.

  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role and 
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role 
  • Best Crossover in a Film 
  • Best Actress of the Year (Yoruba) 
  • City People Entertainment Awards
  • Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards
  • Best Actress in Africa 
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Below is a glimpse of her filmography

  • Jenifa
  • Angelina
  • Village Babes
  • Oreke Temi
  • Blackberry Babes
  • Mr. & Mrs Ibu
  • Wicked Step-mother
  • Child Seller[9]
  • Adun Ewuro
  • Visa Lottery
  • Ojukwu the War Lord
  • Police Academy
  • Not My Queen
  • Battle for Justice
  • Miss Fashion
  • Eefa
  • Omo Esu
  • Black Val
  • GhettoBred
  • Househelp
  • Karma
  • Big Offer
  • Jenifa
  • Omo-Ghetto
  • Daluchi
  • Funke
  • Miracle
  • The-Spell
  • Oshaprapra
  • Omo ghetto the saga
  • Akpe: Return of the Beast
  • Swallow


In 2020 during the lockdown, Badmus was caught in a messy giveaway controversy.

An online source reported that she was contacted by an American-based individual, Pius Omoyele, to dispense N500,000 to Nigerians. Eniola allegedly requested a fee of N150,000 to distribute the cash.

This caused an outburst from Omoyele, who accused her of trying to defraud him.

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In one of her posts on Instagram, Eniola refuted the accusation, claiming that she is entitled to a fee to carry out such a duty. She wrote, “I woke up to this and I thought it would be nice to give clarity and clear the air on it. This incident has nothing to do with taking advantage of people or discouraging the need to give out especially using my platform.

“This particular person indicated interest to do a 500( hundred thousand Naira giveaway and I felt there will be extra cost for bank charges and stamp duty, which I wasn’t going to bear the transfer charges for, so I asked him to bear it.

“But in scenarios where people engage you as an influencer to drive giveaways from a business point of view, then business conversations need to happen.

“Meanwhile I posted the giveaway already on my page and he’s been enjoying the fame because he insisted I put his handle.

“We all know sending money to 100 people is quite tasking. Is just funny the way people are quick to judge.

“I am and have always been a fan of adding value to lives and my yearly #eniolabadmusfeedstheneedy speaks volumes in this regard. We can’t be discouraged,” she added.

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