Nollywood entertainer, Bolanle Ninalowo has discussed his family, saying that he was naturally introduced to a steadfast Muslim family, yet evreything changed when he got disturbed and disappointed.
Ninalowo said he ran into inconvenience and couldn’t be spared by his folks and relatives who were Muslims.
He, be that as it may, expressed that the good book saved him from the difficulty and from that point forward “it turned into my life manual.” Ninalowo uncovered this during an Instagram Live meeting with Mr. Porsche.
Be that as it may, he noticed that he has just been to chapel once.
“In spite of the fact that I have just gone to chapel once in all my years, I read the good book a ton. My name is Azeez; I was naturally introduced to a steadfast Muslim family. At the point when I was pained and disappointed, it was the good book that spared me, as my folks and relatives proved unable. Along these lines, I got the holy book and it turned into my life manual.”
Then, responding to the rate at which Nollywood veterans go out of nowhere wiped out and broke, Ninalowo said the on-screen characters are to be faulted and not the legislature.
He said; “The fault ought not be on Nollywood in light of the fact that it doesn’t have structure, it ought to be on the person. You are not a casualty of conditions; you are a survivor of the decisions you made. A ton of them are diverted. They don’t have retirement plans.”