Famous Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari has made a staggering revelation that she would have put her career on hold if not for her mother.
Nadia, is one of the stars of the upcoming Ghanaian movie “Coming to Africa,”The movie which also stars Nana Ama McBrown, David Dontoh, Py Addo Boateng, Nikki Samonas, and Paulina Oduro will be premiered in Kumasi on Friday, July 21, 2023.
Speaking In an exclusive interview on Citi TV’s morning show, BreakFastDaily, the 37-year-old mother of four, while answering a question in line with how she juggles her work and family life together gave credit to her mother.
According to the celebrated actress, “My mum has been a great help…She’s been taking care of the kids while I’m working. If not for her, I would have had to put my career on hold.”
Nadia’s mother has been a constant presence in her life, both professionally and personally. She was the one who encouraged Buari to pursue a career in acting, and she has been there to support her every step of the way. She was extremely grateful for her mother’s help
Nadia has starred in a number of films, including “Mummy’s Daughter,” “Beyonce: The President’s Daughter,” and “The Perfect Picture.” She is also a successful businesswoman, with her own clothing line and production company.
Watch excerpts of Nadia’s Submission below