Experience in Nollywood:
I won’t say I have had a handful of experience in Nollywood right now because I am yet to delve deeply into the industry. I have been restricted before now due to my academic pursuit which demanded so much of my time and attention. As a true thespian trained in the unique University of Port Harcourt Arts Theater (THE CRAB) I was taught to give in totality, my body, soul and time to it and I did.
Presently, I have just concluded my national youth service corps (N.Y.S.C) and have decided to dedicate my time and all into this honorable profession and my life time career. I haven’t yet acquired all it demands, just like a soldier sent out by his country for war… I have, however, come to make a positive statement and create an idea for younger generations to embrace.
So far it has been more than okay, it has been wonderful! I have worked with many different artists who were so encouraging, loving and motivating on set. I have really learned to work harder, to improve myself and uphold the theatrical discipline, creativity and knowledge I acquired as a thespian.
Working toward becoming an outstanding actress, and being a role model for people to look up to.