Nollywood actress, Ibinabo Fiberesima in a reflection post shared on her Instagram page has revealed how she sought revenge and also ran towards false prophets.
The single mum of five, Ibinabo Fiberesima shared thus on her Instagram page:
“I sought revenge until I met karma.
I searched for lusty love, until I found the beauty within me.
I ran towards false prophets, until I heard my own voice speak.
I worked with power hungry tyrants until I realized their hunger was never ending.
I was lured into traps of material splendor, until I understood that materials tied to the betrayal of others are as worthless as fake flowers. If it’s not beating with LOVE, INTEGRITY and TRUTH, it’s not even alive.
I asked others for permission, until I realized the people I thought I needed permission from, had never danced naked, underneath the moonlight, a day in their life.
I lost everything I had, until I saw that everything within me was indestructible. From there I FLOURISHED.. from a state of nothing, as threats finally lost their meaning and fears could no longer touch me.
What in the world can you possibly take from a woman who has RETURNED home to HERSELF?
So reach in, find YOURSELF and take your life back from every negative circumstance. God bless you my darlings!”
Born to a Nigerian father and an Irish mother, Ibinabo began her education when she enrolled as a student at the Y.M.C.A Play Centre, Port Harcourt before she proceeded with her secondary school education at Federal Government Girls College, New Bussa, Niger State. She holds a Bachelor of Arts certificate in English Language and Literature which she obtained from the University of Ibadan.
Ibinabo made her debut as a film actress in the movie Most Wanted and has since went on to star in several Nigerian films.
In 2009, Ibinabo was charged for manslaughter and reckless driving after she accidentally killed a certain Giwa Suraj in 2006.
On March 16, 2016, Ibinabo was sacked as President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria and sentenced to a 5-year jail term by a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos. She was however granted bail in the sum of ₦2 million and two sureties in like sum on April 7, 2016 by a Court of Appeal in Lagos pending the determination of her appeal at the Supreme Court.