About Yetunde Barnabas
Yetunde Barnabas is a Nigerian model, beauty queen, actress and director. She was first recognized as the winner of Abuja’s Most Beautiful Girl contest in 2017 and was crowned Miss Tourism Nigeria in 2019. She is best known for her role as Miss Pepeiye in the series. End of Nigeria. Ajasco Airport and Centrum, as well as many managerial positions in the Yoruba film industry. He married Peter Olayinka, a former footballer, on a one-day visit to Nigeria, Peter Olayinka, who currently plays for Slavia Prague, Czech Republic.
|Date of Birth||August 30, 1994|
|Place Of Birth||Abuja|
|State of Origin||Kogi State|
|Occupation||Actress, Model, Movie Producer|
Yetunde Barnabas Early Life
Yetunde Barnabas was born on August 30, 1990 in Ilorin, Kwara State, although his family is from Kogi State. Barnabas grew up in Abuja, and after graduating from Kings of Kings High School, he attended Seriki Olopolo Production and the Royal Arts Academy, where he was honored with his acting skills.
Yetunde Barnabas Career
Yetunde Barnabas started her modeling career by entering the Miss Olokun beauty pageant in 2013, a contest that ended in victory. She also participated in other small competitions, incl. Miss Live Your Dream in 2014, but it was her participation in the Most Beautiful Girl in the Abuja competition that earned her notoriety. In 2016, Yetunde Barnabas was voted best girl in the Abuja 2017 competition, which she won and, as a result, won a national certification agreement with Multichoice DSTV. It has also been identified as a stumbling block for the Abuja-based property management company.
Barnabas capitalized on his newfound fame and success and landed the role of Ms. Pepeiye, a character who starred in one of Nigeria’s oldest television series, Papa Ajasco & Company.  She has since held executive positions in several Nollywood film productions. , including Erin Folami, Dagogo, Omo Iya Osun and Elegbenla, film starring Niyi Johnson and Akin Olaiya.
Barnabas has also directed several film productions to his credit, including the 2018 film Baby Sons, which received rave reviews.