Pairing Me With Paw Paw Was Becoming Boring – Aki |The Republican News



Nollywood actor, Chinedu Ikedieze

Famous comic actor, Chinedu Ikedieze, has entertained Nigerians home and abroad for nearly two decades. Understandably so, the actor seeks to manifest his versatility through contemporary movies hence his involvement in the award-winning soap opera, The Johnsons. In this interview with LANRE ODUKOYA, he speaks about his latest cinema work, Lara and The Beat, childhood aspirations, being married and sundry issues.

How do you feel today that you’ve become famous and rich by the industry standard?
I feel happy and grateful to God that finally, I can see that I’m living my dream. Of course, everybody wants to be better than who he is today. When I was growing up, I wanted to be in the limelight, I didn’t just want to make money, I wanted to be known as well. I think I’ve paid my dues and now deserve some accolades.

What are the prices you’re paying for stardom?
The kind of life I want to live sometimes, I realise that I cannot live it and it bothers me. I just want to follow everybody to the football pitch and play soccer like them, walk down the road without people trying to touch me and ask for the time I truly don’t have. Being a celebrity has taken away my privacy almost completely.

How is life as a married man?
Well, you can tell how life has been in marriage from the way my skin glows and the joy written all over my face. It’s been a beautiful journey really. But you know I really don’t talk about my family like that.

You played ‘Big Chi’ in the movie titled Lara and The Beat, how was the experience?
Big Chi is larger than life character and I enjoyed playing it. I love it because I’d also been looking for the kind of role that pairs me with another person the whole industry knows me with. That tag team characterisation was beginning to bore me. Like I said, playing in the village setting where you wear tattered clothes and go about around the streams or the market shouldn’t just stereotype me. Of course, you know I’m in The Johnsons series already. And that tells people how versatile I am as an actor. Lara and The Beat is a professionally done job. When I got on set, I realised that every single person was a professional. With the calibre of professionals I met, I didn’t have to sweat too much to deliver my part.

How was it like acting alongside the songstress, Seyi Shay, who was a ‘first-timer’?
Well, she tried. Initially, when we met on set for the first time, I saw a bit of naivety in her and she was confessing, “sorry o, it’s my first time”, I understood that and as time went by, she dug into the character, she started becoming Lara and she was awesome at the end of the day.

With the insight the movie gave into running a record label, would you consider delving into the music business?
I’m an Igbo man first of all so I won’t rule that out. As an Igbo man, we do businesses and maximize profits. So, whatever would make me earn more money, I can never be averse to it. I’m a movie producer already. I have short and I have another feature film I did that was shot in Dallas, the United States, it’s titled: Take the Spotlight and it’s a Hollywood vs Nollywood movie.

At the time you started, the cinema culture hasn’t been imbibed, how does it make you feel to see yourself now on the big screen?
I’m so happy and it makes me realise that as we have this transformation and transition, I grow with the development. From the normal things we do like Enugu and Asaba movies to doing a sitcom in the leading city that has been running for four years now and being on set every passing day on the production is a privilege I’m grateful for. I did a cameo appearance in the movie titled The Meeting and Omoni Oboli’s flick, First Lady, had previously brought me to the big screen. Owing to my time, they usually create a little space for me so that I can attend to other engagements.

Do you actually miss the village clown stereotype roles that made you popular?
The truth is that it’s the kind of movies people want because they want to laugh. A lot of my guys in Europe and America always tell me; “my brother, those are the movies we want to watch.” They want something that would remind them of where they’re coming from. When you begin to do contemporary movies where you want to sound more American than Americans, they don’t like it. So, what I give depends on what the audience wants.

When setting out in life, what was the first thing you ever wanted to be?
My brother, it has changed from time to time. I wanted to be a lawyer, later I wanted to be an engineer and also wanted to be a medical doctor too. That was how hot the brain was. My uncle was a medical doctor and I wanted to be like him.  (New Telegraph)

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Obtaining My PhD At 63 Wasn’t Stressful – Alex Usifo |The Republican News




Nollywood actor, Alex Usifo

Ace actor and educationist, Alex Usifo, in this interview with LANRE ODUKOYA, spoke about his career, thirst for education and nagging issues in Nollywood.

Why have you not produced a movie in recent times?
Have you forgotten that I went back to school at some point? I was in school for five years. Doing a PhD programme is not an easy thing. You must have passed through a university before; so, you know what I am saying. Babcock University is not an institution that tolerates absenteeism or laziness. If you are not serious about your education, it will be glaring.

How was the experience studying for a PhD?
I find it disturbing when people say I stressed myself by going back to school for PhD. If you are fond of reading, it can’t be stressful at all. I have always liked education and I read a lot. Once I am not working, I read. What people think or say about you is irrelevant; you should think of why you take such step. If you think about what people would say, you won’t do a thing.
When I wanted to do a diploma degree in mass communication, I was discouraged by many people. They told me journalism would not fetch me money. I was advised to settle for a lucrative course as the media paid poorly. In other words, nothing is good enough for people.

Would you say the postgraduate experience was better than your undergraduate days?
When you are young, your level of concentration may not even be as good as when you are old. When I started my masters, I was already a man capable of producing grandchildren; so I knew what I wanted. I did not need someone to force me to read or tell me what to do. But when I was younger even though I liked education, I didn’t put in 100 percent attention. There are two different stages.

Why did you wait for many years before obtaining your masters and PhD programme?
To get a good education, you need money. I waited until when I would not be a liability to anyone. I waited until no one would say I was disturbing him or her. I didn’t want to rely on anyone to pay my school fees. When it comes to education, there is no age limit as long as you are not sick. If I can still get my lines correctly at my age, why can’t I go to back to school?

Are there plans to become a lecturer someday?
At every point in time in my life, I impact on people; you do not need a PhD to be a lecturer. The knowledge you get from having a PhD can make you a better human person.
But if I just wanted to do a PhD and put the certificate in my house, it is not anyone’s business. The important thing here is that I went back to school because I wanted to. I have reached a stage in my life where what someone thinks about me is not important. The only thing I may consider important is when I am doing the wrong thing. So, we should be worried about people who do illegal things, not those of us who have gone back to school to empower ourselves.

What are those things that have kept you relevant?
I believe in God and the grace has been sufficient for me. I thank God for all I have achieved so far. If I don’t like what I do, why should I continue doing it? I like what I do and I enjoy doing it. They say winners never quit; I refused to quit and that is why I am still relevant. I also try to improve myself as an actor. If you must speak Yoruba or Igbo language, you must speak it very well. The same thing applies to the English language too.

Was there a time you wanted to quit acting?
There was never a time I planned to quit. If you check properly, you will know that my absence was as a result of the need to go back to school. Even before I did my PhD, I needed a break from my masters too. It took me two years to do my masters and five years for my PhD. If you are studying for seven years, your visibility will be reduced.

Why couldn’t you go to school and still act alongside?
The fact that you saw less of me doesn’t mean I didn’t balance it. I was still occasionally going out to shoot. Where did you think I got the money to sponsor myself? I didn’t get a scholarship or loan from anyone. I got my PhD at 63; former President Olusegun Obasanjo got his own at 77. When it is time, people will realise the value of education.

How much fortune have you made from acting?
I don’t lack jobs; I am presently involved in a Yoruba film and I know how much I was paid to be part of that. I just concluded a job in Lagos too, I’m based in Ibadan.
Acting in Nigeria is not bad. We have people who are earning a living from it and we have people who are still trying to make an impact. It is like any other profession; you have those who are making money and those who are not making money. It is also a matter of time for those who are not making money from it yet.
When people say there is no money in acting, does that mean as a civil servant I would be earning more money? I know about all these things; so, I understand what I am saying. The people enjoying as civil servants are at the top. The same thing applies to journalism too. How much does a reporter take home as a graduate? So, why are people concerned about Nollywood? People are fond of blowing anything that has to do with Nollywood out of proportion as if it has never happened before or it has not been happening. Everything we experience in Nigeria happens to all third world countries. You cannot compare acting in America with that of Nigeria because it is a developed country. Nevertheless, we still have people who are doing well in the industry.

Are your children into acting?
They don’t have to. They also have their own aspirations in life. Acting is something anyone can decide to go into eventually. AY did not know that he would become an actor and he is doing well now.
Even if none of my children goes into acting, I will not feel bad because we all have our own destinies. I am not a father that will force any child into anything. My father didn’t force me to become an actor; so why should I force my own children? If a child shows interest, my role is to guide him or her.

How many children are you blessed with?
I have three boys and a girl. I have adopted children that have their own children now; so, I can call those children my grandchildren too. But none of my children has given birth; my eldest child is 20-year-old while the youngest is nine-year-old.

What kind of father are you at home?
It is left for the children to actually speak for me. But I will say I am a wonderful father because I feed them and I pay their bills. They have a car to themselves too that they use whenever they like; so, what else? I also take them to certain places I feel they may want to visit.

Have you ever thought of retiring from acting?
Actors don’t retire; producers don’t retire as well. It is only when you cannot talk or walk, you are no longer useful. If you are blind, you can still act. I am proud to be an actor. As I speak to you now, don’t you hear me well? I am mentally and physically stable. If these things are in place, why shouldn’t I continue acting?

What other things do you do?
I am a consultant; I specialise in knowledge management. But one thing about me is that I don’t lobby for things I know I can do.

Do you have plans to join politics someday?
There is nothing wrong with joining politics, but everything is wrong with the way we play ours in Nigeria. That is why people like me are not interested in politics; I don’t want to be involved in their dirty game. In other countries, politics is not bad. Without politics, how do you govern the people? How do you choose people who will govern you? But even if we vote in Nigeria, it doesn’t count.

What are those things you wish you could have done better?
I don’t have regrets because I am still doing what I have always loved to do. I enjoy acting and I will never leave it except God says I should stop. If God doesn’t say that, I will continue till I die.

How long have you been married?
This year, my marriage will be 25-year-old. God has been wonderful and I have been playing my role well. But the grace of God cannot do certain things for you. There are roles you still have to play as the man of the house if you want your marriage to work.

Do you apologise first when there are issues between you and your wife?
If there is a need for me to apologise, I don’t hesitate. Once there is pride in a relationship, you cannot call it a good relationship. When my wife does wrong too, she apologises. (New Telegraph)

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Forget Gender Equality, Men Are Superior To Women – Beauty Istifanus |RN

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Pretty beauty queen and actress, Beauty Istifanus, does not subscribe to the notion that men and women are equal.

Sharing her thoughts on gender equality with Sunday Scoop, the former Miss Commonwealth said, “Gender equality is a very serious issue. In fact, from the creation of the world, men have been made superior to women, and being from Kaduna State, trust me that I know better. That is why I keep fighting for female children to be educated so that our voices can be heard, though that doesn’t mean we should equate ourselves with men. But we should, at least, have a say in the society.”

Speaking on the recent controversy that she bleached her skin, Istifanus said, “There is no iota of truth in that. It is just people being mischievous. Sincerely, I get broken and I cry whenever I see some hurtful things written about me in the media. And sometimes, I wish I was never into entertainment because people always say the total opposite of me. My only strength is my man. He always tells me, ‘anyhow they see it or say it, I love you that way because you are a super woman’.”   (Punch)

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Uche Elendu Speaks About, Accident, Acting And Motherhood |The Republican News


Nollywood Actress, Uche Elendu

By Christian Agadibe

One can never get enough of Uche Elendu. The role interpreter has always fascinated her fans. Though marriage seemed to have slowed her down, the mother of two is now back and ready to release her latest movie, The Altar. In this interview, Elendu opens up on her career, challenges and motherhood.

What production are you currently working on? 

I’m currently working on the promotion of my soon-to-be-released blockbuster movie, The Altar.

How did you get into acting?

Venturing into the movie industry wasn’t by chance. I had a passion and a strong desire to use my talent to create a lasting impact in the life of the people. So, it was easy to delve into the industry, because aside from the fact that I could identify with the gift I possess, it is also a career that has great influence on people. And I intend to influence the lives of people positively.

What are your challenges?

I won’t really say it’s a challenge. But having to balance the home as a mom and also create time for movies is a big challenge in itself. But I thank God that He has been sufficient enough.

What are your experiences?

Out of the several experiences, one I’ll like to point out was the day I had a ghastly accident while driving to the location. It was an experience that would live with me forever. Despite all the odds, God came to my rescue and kept me alive. This, indeed, is my biggest experience concerning the movie industry.

What are your aspirations as far as this career is concerned?

I’ll like to reach the highest of heights. I’ll love to break into Hollywood and make movies that would keep the world at attention.

Did you do any extra thing to get to where you are now? 

It’s work, work and more work to develop my ability. I also had to be closer to God to draw strength from Him.

Did you ever fail at any time?

There’s no perfect man. But one thing is certain; whenever I fall I always pick myself up and then try again and again till I get it right.

Were you ever afraid of failure?

There was the initial scare due to the highly competitive nature of the movie industry. But I believed in my ability and in God, and this gave me the strength to pull through.

 Tell us about your growing up, were you born with a silver spoon?  

Growing up, I’ll like to say God was faithful. I was born in a very comfortable home and the Lord provided for all our needs before we even asked. I come from a family of six, my dad is a retired civil servant, he worked with the Nigerian Ports Authority while my mum is a retired headmistress with Loral International Schools, FESTAC, and I have three younger brothers.

While growing up, my parents were in active service and made sure we lacked nothing, though my father was a strict disciplinarian and he spared no rod in making sure we grew up the right way. I was bored most of the time with no sister to play with and a dad that won’t allow me to go out to play with other kids except with permission. He made sure we had the best of education, and in everything, we give God the glory.  

How were you able to balance your career and the home front?

That in itself is a great challenge because those two are very important aspects of my life: family and career. But I make sure that I attend to both accordingly, and I have a great management that helps handle my career and work while I work on my home front.

 Has your career ever come between you and your marriage?

No, it hasn’t. I got married at the peak of my acting career and though it slowed me down, it was not a choice neither was my husband behind it. I just felt it was my obligation to concentrate on fulfilling the purpose of marriage. God has been the centre of all my activities, so He has been able to balance things for me.

 What do you think could be the reason why career women don’t keep their marriages?

Honestly, I don’t belong to that school of thought, because career women are human just like everyone, and there are a lot of distractions associated with career. But with focus and the grace of God, women are able to balance both important aspects of their lives.

What determines your fashion sense? 

Comfort. You would never find me following the trend for trend sake. If I choose to put on a dress, it has to be comfortable for me and suit my body and not just because it’s in vogue. I like to stand out and be different. So, this, alongside comfortability drives my sense of fashion.

How do you relax? 

I’m more of an indoor person. Being indoor and spending time with my family is the perfect way to relax for me.    (The Sun)

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Look At Genevieve Nnaji’s Multi-billion Naira Mansion In Ghana (VIDEO)

By Chibiko Ikenna Offor

She is a top Nollywood actress, one of the pioneers of the fast growing Nollywood film and entertainment industry.

Genevieve Nnaji is a household name in the movie industry that no one in Nigeria or Africa could think twice before remembering her name or one of her movies.

She was even once slated to stare alongside a world-renowned Pinewood Film legendary movie franchise know as James Bond, or 007, a licensed British royal secret agent and killer. She is definitely a success story in Nigeria as well as Africa.

She has had a stint in Hollywood but has gone recently silent in Nollywood movie industry films, but her name can still re-echo anytime it is mentioned.

Her wealth is also not very common and could be seen here in this video from DTS that she has accumulated some good assets for herself.

She should enjoy her life, she has worked hard for it.


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Nollywood Actor, Adeshina Adesanya Has Passed On |The Republican News

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Adeshina Adesanya in the hospital undergoing kidney dialysis. 


Popular Nollywood actor, Adeshina Adesanya, also known as Pastor Ajidara is dead.

The actor died in the early hours of Sunday, just days after his colleagues voiced out that he was in need of money for treatment for kidney failure.

His demise was announced by actors, Bolaji Amusan, popularly known as Mr. Latin and Yomi Fash-Lanso who both led a fund raising campaign for him.

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Nothing Big About Sex For Role, Says Actress Asibor |The Republican News

By Damilola Fatunmise

Light-skinned and fast rising actress, Lillian Asibor, who is popularly known as Success or Vallila in the Nigerian film industry, is taking acting to the next level by exhibiting a soft and very catchy attributes to interpretation of roles.

Success, who started acting professionally fours years ago, is also a producer and has featured in movies like When Dreams Fall Apart, In the Greek, Triggered and many more.

In a chat with Damilola Fatunmise, Asibor narrated how the journey began and how her strong passion for acting has made her stand out among her contemporaries.

How did your acting career start?

I have always had passion for acting ever since I was very small. I remember vividly when I was like five years old, I would stay in front of the television in the house to watch movies, then later I will start acting the same way I watched it for my mummy. Then I used to admire Regina Askia, Liz Benzon and all. I started acting from secondary school but my father said it’s over his dead body that I will act. I would go for auditioning and he will flog me. After secondary school, I stopped attending auditioning and concentrated on my education. When I got admitted to Ambrose Ali University, Ekpoma, Edo State, in year two, my immediate elder sister bought me a form to attend a movie audition. I told her ‘I’m scared, will you go with me?’ And she agreed to go with me. That sameday, I was auditioned and chosen. That was how I started acting in Edo State.

But my journey into the movie industry will not be complete if refuse to mention how I came across Chico Ejiro, Zeb Ejiro, Emmanuel Okukuwa and some other directors and artists. They saw me acting and were like, ‘wow, so you know how to act. You are also a good girl, the next time I have a movie to shoot, I will call you’ That was how I came down to Lagos to act with Uche Jombo on Chico Ejiro’s production.

What’s the title of the movie? 

It’s a movie titled  When Dreams Fall Apart.

Who do you look up to in the movie industry?

I want to be like Omotola Jalade.

Why her? 

I love her simplicity, and her real nature of interpreting roles. She’s very natural, she’s herself. When you watch her movies, you will notice that she doesn’t over act.  Movie is actually make believe and she always gives her acting that make believe touch.

Do you look forward to working with her? 

Definitely! I can’t wait to work with her. Although, we have both featured in the same movie, the day she came on set was the day I was leaving. But I was with her in the car for a while.

Like how many movies have featured in? 

I don’t have the number off hand but I could remember some titles like When Dreams Fall Apart, Made on Mission, Desperate Bankers, Shattered Dream, Evil in Me, Triggered, which was produced by me and lots more.

Considering the nature of your job, do you‎ think you would be able to stay long in the industry? 

Sure, I will stay long in the movie industry. I’m not in it because everybody is there, I’m here because of my passion for acting, this is me and all I love to do.  As the saying goes, ‘nothing good comes easy’. If I am not on set for two weeks, I’ll feel I’m not where I’m supposed to be. I love it when I am on set.

Has any producer told you that if I don’t have sex with you, I won’t give you role?

Yes, several times and I don’t see it as a big deal. It happens in other industries too. There’s always sexual harassment in other sectors; you see lecturers asking their students for sex before they can pass them. Even some bosses in corporate organisations ask their subordinates for sex before they can be promoted. But the ability to make you stand out, makes you who you are. I can’t say because I’m not picked for a role, I will now go and sleep with the producer or director. Never! That’s not me.

You are a beautiful lady, what is your beauty routine? 

Thank you. To maintain a fair skin is a whole lot of work, and my skin is very delicate, I react to any irritation. So, I try as much as I can not to share towel, bathing soap or cream with anybody. I take two glasses of warm water every morning and night. And I eat more of vegetables and fruits.

You once said that your boobs are your selling points, how do you maintain them to remain your selling points?

I used to think that my boobs are my selling points, but now my brain is my selling point because I have a lot in there that is very profitable for the movie industry. As for my boobs, I don’t tie wrapper on my chest for any reason, because it sags the boobs. I don’t  wear bras with iron underneath and I don’t sleep with my bra on.

Is Success Asibor in a relationship? 

I am in a relationship, but I’m single and not married. I am always ready to mingle.

Is your man comfortable with the nature of your career?

Yes, he’s very comfortable with my job; he loves it so much. Anything I do, he’s always supporting me and he’s very, very understanding.

What kind of guy would you like to settle down with?

First of all, he must be God fearing, understanding and very romantic.

What inspired your movie, Triggered?

People’s perception about men. A lot of people believe men are the ones that cheat and not women, but the both of them are guilty. Triggered centers on an ingrate girl friend, but then the rest will be unveiled when the movie is out as home video.

Aside acting, what else do you do? 

Aside acting, I sell hair extensions and female wears.

Between movie making and trading, which is more profitable?

Like I said earlier, acting is my passion; it gives me joy and satisfaction, but my business pays me more.

Are you ready for marriage?

I will wait for God’s own time.

What is that special thing that acting has done for you? 

It’s really opening doors for me these days I must confess, I have been getting different adverts of recent.  (The Sun)

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Nollywood Actor, James Uche Is Dead |The Republican News


Actor, Prince James Uche who has been battling with Diabetes, Blindness, BP and kidney disease, has died.
The veteran actor, died Wednesday afternoon  at a private medical hospital in Festac town area of Lagos where he had been for two years.
Hospital sources said the past five days had been hectic for the veteran actor as he had been unconscious and was being taken for dialysis in an ambulance when he died at 2:15pm. He was scheduled to travel to India this Saturday for further treatment. He was 55 years old.
According to statement from the late actor’s colleagues who have been rallying round for his medical bills abroad, he started behaving funny since Sunday morning and passed on this afternoon.
”WE THE CAMPAIGN TEAM CHIOMA OKOYE RITA EDOCHIE EMEKA OJUKWU (TORINO) EJIRO OKURAME. (SAVEPRINCEJAMESUCHECAMPAIGNTEAM). We regret to be the bearers of this sad news, but our COLLEAGUE, father, husband [PRINCE JAMES UCHE) passed on Wednesday following complications from diabetes blindness, BP, kidney.He has been experiencing fever, strange blood infection, and strange blisters on his legs for the past three days after he secured his Visa before he passed on today Wednesday March 8th in the Ambulance on his way for Dialysis at 2:15pm.. He was meant to travel this Saturday March 11th to India for his surgery…We sincerely want to thank everyone who donated to save this great man…we shall keep you all posted…”, Actress Ejiro Okurame wrote.                 (The Sun)

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Timaya Expresses Frustration Of Nigerians In His New Album ‘Pity 4 Us’ (Video)

By Ike A. Offor

One of the famous Nigerian music artists, Timaya, also known as Papa Egberi 1 of Bayelsa, expresses the frustration of millions of Nigerians in his new album tittle ‘Pity 4 Us’, which is the state of things in Nigeria now, asking politicians to pity for the common man.

He started the song by saying this is not the change they promised us. The cost of living in Nigeria has risen astronomically under the present government, ironically that is under the very government that promised  ‘change’, though Nigerians now mock it and say that  the change is reversed change and not a positive one.

He lamented how politicians stole from the national coffers and stashed these funds in foreign banks and send their children to study abroad leaving the poor in the country.

He says that he pledge to Nigeria his country and has all his houses in Nigeria and everything else he has are in Nigeria, stressing his spirit of patriotism.

Then, he asked the politicians to ‘Pity 4 Us’ in anything they do and stop stealing  our commonwealth and stashing them in foreign land.  ‘Pity 4 Us’ is a perfect song to the politicians of Nigeria, which millions of Nigerians will love to listen and dance to.

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I Am Dating My Fan-Nurse Titi |The Republican News

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Her real name, Nkechi Emmanuel, is not as popular as her movie name, Nurse Titi of the ‘Clinic Matters’ fame.

And as she has become so known in the popular sitcom, Nurse Titi now has so many fans, one of who she is currently dating.

She said, “Love doesn’t have a boundary. If I fall in love with a fan, of course nothing stops me from marrying him.  The person who I am seeing right now is a fan. He is someone who loves what I do 100 per cent and supports me.”

The actress added that although she is lucky to date someone who understands the nature of her job, she does not know what she would do if her future husband asks her to quit acting.

“So far, my loved ones and family are in support of what I do. I do not even think the man that would get married to me can ask me to quit acting but if it happens, I cannot really say this is what I would do.  But it would not happen,” she said.

The actress told Saturday Beats that she could not get married to a poor man as she talked about the qualities she looks out for in a man.

“I cannot marry a poor man but if he has prospect of being rich, then he is a good one. If he is poor without such prospects, then I do not see that working. When it comes to my dream man, he must be God fearing, intelligent, handsome and he must be focused,” she said.

Speaking on her career, Emmanuel said she is grateful to God for where she is but she still has some burning desires.

“So far, I think I have done my best in terms of my career. But I like to change the face of Nollywood and I like to bring Hollywood into Nollywood. I want to build something like a Disney World for Nollywood in Nigeria. In this place, you can shoot and edit your videos as you have fun.” (

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