trading in the same industry with her dad has revealed his father’s
advice about marriage has really helped her in keeping a successful
marriage with her husband since she got married a couple of years ago.
body. He is the one who gives beauty and he endowed me with mine. So, I
give all the glory to him. Looking glamorous all days is by God’s grace.
We are here today not for beauty contest but uncle Debo’s birthday. He
is a unique person. He is unique in his ways of talking, dress sense and
all that. I told him all these the first day I met him.
with the body. Well, I don’t do anything extra ordinary to keep fit and
that is the truth. As a matter of fact, I still eat late at night which I
believe can affect my look and belly which I wouldn’t like but to be
sincere, I didn’t do anything extra ordinary. It is God.
that journey. I don’t bite more than I can chew. More so, my father’s
advice has kept my marriage going because he told me then before I got
married to be careful and watchful about any man that I want to marry,
because after your marriage, there is nothing like coming back home as a
divorcee. That alone keeps my marriage.
better than the way it used to be. There was a time that we were
actually going but at a point again, we started dropping but I believe
that it happens and it goes.
Kosoko. Initially, I didn’t like it because I felt no I shouldn’t do
that. As at that time, I was awaiting admission into the University, I
didn’t really like that idea and I was like let me finish schooling, I
can always come back to acting because education first, but he told me
that you can always be doing it with schooling, I heeded his advice. To
God be the glory today, I am a graduate and I have attained this level I
am. My father convinced me before I joined. He asked me to star in a
movie titled, “Omo Olorire” and that was 2001. I have done some before
then. I was in Ola Abata in 1999, in 2000, he asked me to feature again
and I was like why, you are turning me to an actor just like that, I
refused but after shooting that movie, I got into limelight.
For everything you do, you have to be good at it because there is no
shortcut to success except you work hard which I did to get to this
level, and of course I cannot rule it out that his name opens a lot of
doors for me but I have also worked hard to get to this stage.
prefer using Jide Kosoko’s daughter for me and I get mad sometimes when I
hear that and I will be like don’t you know my name, call me Sola
Kosoko. When I gained admission into the University, I do my things like
the normal way other students are doing it. If we are asked to queue, I
will gladly do that because I was a student but before you know what is
happening, they will just pick me from behind to the front. I don’t
know either that was from my dad or me because I was already famous as
at that time. Right now, I have produced 3 movies including Shindara,
Wosi Kenke and the last one is Ese Ni which is yet to be released to the
performing arts at Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State. I
am not there alone. Myself, my dad, Abbey Lanre, Fathia Balogun and
Toyosi Adesanya. We just finished writing our last papers a few weeks
ago. And we are yet to do our practical in stage performance. It was
meant to be 6 months but this is our 9 months due to the unnecessary