Some of us are still holding on to the key which says Nadia Buari will return to our screens even though she has not been hired by anyone for a movie role in almost 2 years.

When the jobs stopped coming her way, she tried hiring herself by producing and directing her first movie-The Diary of Imogen Brown. The movie received a few premieres and that ended its life span.

Most of us did not get to see the movie—and many are still wondering what must have happened to Nadia Buari’s attempt to contribute to the movie industry from behind the camera.

For now, she is only relevant when she shares a photo with us on social media—just like she did with the above.

So what really happened to Nadia Buari’s career? We understand she was not a great actress but there are so many bad ones out there who are still getting some few jobs here and there.

Nadia Buari premiered on Ghanaian national television with the TV series Games People Play in late 2005. Her first major film was Mummy’s Daughter, after which she starred in Beyonce: The President’s Daughter. Her role as “Beyonce” was her major breakthrough.

She studied performing arts at the University of Ghana and graduated with a BFA degree. Nadia has starred in more than 20 movies. She is also an ambassador at Tablet India Limited (TIL), a leading pharmaceutical manufacturer with high quality products in 2013. Ghanacelebrities.com

Ramsey Nuoah Considers Politics

Handsome and talented Nollywood actor, Ramsey Nouah, may soon join politics like his other colleagues, if his fans persuade him to do so, the fair-skinned make-believe star has said.

In a chat with Nigeriafilms.com at an event held other the weekend, Ramsey, born by an Israeli father and a Yoruba mother from Owo in Ondo State, said he would leave the decision to join active politics to his fans since they put food on his table.

“My fans haven’t told me to do it yet, but if they told me yes I will. Oh yes, my fans put the food on my table,” he told Nigeriafilms.com.

But it is not clear which position he might want to go for by the time he finally decides to enter politics and which region or state he would claim.

On his opinion on actors joining politics, he said “I think they are looking out for changes, movie as you can tell talks about the ills of the society, talks about problems that we find down the street, matrimonial problems either health problems, cancer, abandon children, all this things we find in our society we talk about in our movies.”

“And some of our artistes are beginning to see that they can actually be a servant of the people to help rectify those things because they know their pain, so they are thinking we can go there and help and try and make a change that’s why they are doing it,” he added.

Ramsey was reportedly born in 1973 in Edo State 1973 in Edo State, but grew up in Surulere, Lagos. He attended Atara Primary School and Community Grammar School, both in Lagos. He recently claimed in an interview that he may not recognise his father anymore if he sees him.

Source: Nigeriafilms.com

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