What are the challenges you faced in the industry in your early days?
No challenges really, asides from when I joined the Yoruba sector and my Yoruba speaking wasn’t fluent. But with time, I conquered that and became a champion.
Memorable moment of your career?
That should be when I directed a job that was not produced by me. It was worth it after all.
What do you think should be done to take the Yoruba sector of the industry forward?
For me, I think the Yoruba sector should shoot more good quality movies and also take more Yoruba films to the cinemas. We can do it. We have all of takes.
Are you in a relationship at the moment?
Yes but am single.
Any marriage plans at the moment?
Not at all. Presently, I am not in any serious relationship.
The dream of an average woman is to get married some day and start a family, so why not you?
Well, man proposes and God disposes. I had planned to get married sometime ago. But it didn’t work out. I was so close to the altar, but God disposed it.So, for now, I don’t have any plan of marriage at all.
It was learned that when you lost your Fiancé two months to the wedding, you moved on with his best man, how true?
I lost my man two months to our wedding. He was shot by armed robbers and I mourned him for two years, then moved on with our proposed best man.
Its true, he was my best friend, he has been my friend first even before I met my fiance, so I plan to make my best friend the best man at my wedding.Unfortunately and fortunately, his fiancée jilted him at about the same time I lost my fiance, so he felt maybe God didn’t want us as friends, and proposed to me. What do you expect from a heartbroken woman at her lowest, I fell for it.
How did you deal with the heartbreak?
I had people around me. They showed me so much love and support. I was able to scale through it after a while.
Tell us a bit about your growing up days?
My growing up days was interesting. I joined the industry while growing up 1985. I startes with NTA’s Animal Games with Uncle Wole.
Have you always aimed at joining the entertainment industry?
Yes, I have been on TV while growing and ventured into stage productions as well at NCAC.