In a recent interview with Newswatch Times, Bimbo Akintola opens up about a lot of things- from the recent stage play she is involved in to getting married and dealing with being a public figure
How many women in the country are still single and in their 40s. The issue is that because we are in the public glare and we are easy to be recognized, anything that happens to one of us becomes a big deal, but when it’s happening to every other person in other fields, it’s not news. Nigeria is at the stage where parents should be crying for their children especially the girls who are doing the wrong thing for money.
Its either we’ve lost the basic home training or we are not giving out the right principle. I see this everywhere I go; in schools, female bankers getting involved in prostitution in the name of marketing, it’s all the same everywhere in our society and this where I think parents should get up and look at what their children are. So it’s not just restricted to actors alone.
When I meet the right man, I can say ‘Oh… wao, I can do this. If I don’t, I won’t, it’s not by force. I haven’t met the person.