‘I’m under pressure to get married’ – Jane Obi, Actress
For young and pretty Nollywood actress Jane Obi, she has been facing serious pressure to get married.
In a recent interview, the Enugu State based script interpreter lamented, “The pressure is seriously there both from family and society. My key is determination and focus. One thing I have promised myself is that I will get married but in my own time and to the right person. I am not going to allow the pressure to push me. Although sometimes, I wonder if there is ever going to be the right time or right person. I mean what’s the guarantee that after waiting that I will make the right choice? There is no formula in life, so I just leave it in God’s hand to make it right in his own time. For now, I’m still officially single, no boyfriend, no dating.”
Asked if she would love to end up with a man like Ned Nwoko, her colleague, Regina Daniels old husband, Jane Obi says, “In as much as I love money oh I don’t think I can marry an older man like hers. I want someone to grow up with me. In fact, on no condition will I even accept to become a second wife. Also disrespectful and insecure guys are a huge turnoff. Paying attention does it for me.”
Recalling some points of her sexual harassment experience and how she dealt with it, the talented actress stated, “Sexual harassment is something every young pretty girl can’t really escape both in and outside the industry. I just try not to expose myself to it. I avoid anything that might put me in such a condition. I just take it one step at a time. I have never really been desperate for anything. However, in a world like ours you can never be too careful but I will prefer not to call anyone out.”
It is no longer news that seasoned Nollywood actor, Samuel Ajibola has quit his role as ‘Spiff’ in the popular television series, The Johnsons. The character, Spiff, is an adopted son. He appears to be mentally impaired and eats excessively.
Well, it was rumoured that his new wife instigated his decision to dump the character, reacting to this, Spiff says, “My decision had nothing to do with my marital status. My wife was very supportive of my decision. She knows I am very analytical. I am not okay with being in my comfort zone for too long. I’m adventurous and I like challenges. My family also gave me their blessings. I know a lot of people might have different opinions about this but I am not moved by that. Being Spiff is not the ultimate. I have bigger purposes…
Contestant Daniel has been kicked out of the ongoing Nigerian Idol competition, leaving Kingdom, Beyonce, Akunna, Faith, Comfort, Francis, Emmanuel as the top 7 left.
Daniel was kicked out of the show tonight after coming short in number of votes.
For the live performances for the night; the contestants sang soul tracks from their year of birth.
Comfort sang Beautiful, Beyonce sang Unfaithful, Faith sang Micheal Jackson’s You are not alone, Akunna sang How do I live, Kingdom sang Unbreak my heart, Francis sang Please Forgive Me, and Emmanuel sang Kiss from a Rose.
Although, they are some other Nigerian movies recently released to the Cinemas, but we decided to see Elina because of the trailer we saw which also revealed that it is a movie about children. Tallying with Children’s Day week, we decided to give it a shot.
Elina is a film spotlighting real-life accounts of parental neglect, child molestation, sexual abuse and afterwards trauma.
Produced by Editha Chiewuzie, the movie features veteran Nollywood actor Eucharia Anunobi alongside Kalu Ikeagwu, Felix Ugo, Jessica Fabulous, Jibola Dabo, and Winner Edward, among others.
The over one-hour film tells the story of the eponymous character Elina, an 11-year-old girl who was kidnapped after her mother carelessly left the car keys in the ignition with her in…
Source: Kemi Filani News
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