Veteran Actor RMD Other Nigerian Celebrities Including Basketmouth, Kemi Adetiba, Uti To Take First Space Selfie

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Veteran Nigerian actor, Richard Mofe-Damijo would be in the forefront of Nigerian celebrities like Basketmouth, Uti Nwachukwu and Kemi Adetiba to take the first selfie in space.

The contingent of Nigerian celebrities will go to Las Vegas and join their counterparts from around the world to take part in the historic mission.

Some of the other international celebs include James Bond villain, Dave Bautista.

The historic event is part of the activities lined up for the premiere of the latest James Bond movie ‘Spectre’.
The historic selfie will be taken with a camera from the Deimos satellite, which is in orbit 600km above the Earth’s surface. The camera will take an ultra HD imagery of the Nigerian celebrities at the Hoover Dam in Las Vegas.
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