Nollywood actress Chacha Eke has shared a deep message with her millions of followers.
The mother of four, who is believed to be battling metal health, took to her Instagram to share a deep message.
In her message to her fans, Chacha stated that life is larger than logic.
The ex wife of Austin Faani, accompanied her post with a photo of her in a hoodie, which had the inscription of her new project.
The actress, who has been teasing her new project, has finally launched it. The organization, which is known as, Special People Community, focuses on mental health patients and awareness.
Chacha Eke to unveil new project
Since announcing her divorce from her husband, Austin Faani, Chacha Eke had been speaking up on mental health.
Kemi Filani news earlier reported that Chacha had hinted at unveiling a new project.
Though Chacha didn’t give much information on what she was working on, the actress dropped hints about her project via her comment section.
She revealed that she was working on mental health awareness as she confirmed her fans’ curiosity.
“I am the light of the world – I shine and I shine bright as no man, no woman, no hands, no powers can stop the sun, moon and the star from shining; the same is my portion, no man, ni woman, no hands, no powers can stop my shine. Have a good day everybody”.
Chacha Eke reveals how she got her mental health
In other news, Chacha Eke opened up on her mental health journey.
The mother of four, who has been a proud advocate of mental health following her diagnosis with bipolar disorder, had made a new revelation about her personal life.
Chacha revealed that she got her ‘craziness’ from her mother and would likely pass it to her daughter.
The 35-year-old also revealed that she lost a baby 18 years ago. According to her, the baby died, and she is still in pain. Despite it being over a decade, she never forgets.
“I am crazy, I got it from my mama. My mama was a crazy woman, her mama was crazy. My daughter will probably grow and be a crazy little lady. That baby died and I’m so pained… 18 years gone but I never forget”.