Stream Insights | 15 April 2013 07:35 CET

I Will Probably Not Stop Acting-Ini Edo

Source: Alonge Michael/

Glo Ambassador and top Nollywood actress cum producer, Ini Edo-Ehiagwina has confessed that she may probably not stop acting. She was interviewed recently during the movie premier she co-produced, Weekend Getaway, where the budding producer and seasoned actress, Ini aligned herself with the revolutionist of Nollywood.

“I have a dream and that I am presently fulfilling; that I am part of a revolution which I think is going on right now in Nollywood. These are group of people that feel like they love the industry and would not let it go down. No matter what is happening we need try make it better. I am one of those people. It is a natural inborn feeling that I have about the industry. For me it is about if I am making my own film the way I feel films should be told, it is going to be my own way of contributing to the change in the industry for it to grow to what we want it to. I am going to keep producing. I will probably not stop acting but keep on making films,” the AkwaIbom star actress said.

Ini was later asked what her glowing look secrets are, “that is a very hard pack, I know, well, I will say, I learn to eat right. I am an African woman from AkwaIbom where there are good foods. But then I try to keep it down, keep it healthy, do more of walk out. Healthy living is what it really is. Looking good is how you feel inside. It is also the fact that we are enjoying what we worked for. I am an advocate for good living,” the Ibibio queen explained.

© 2013

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