In the realm of show business, juggling one’s personal goals, professional obligations, and family obligations can be difficult.
Nadia Buari, a well-known actress from Ghana, has stated that she would have postponed her career if it weren’t for her dear mother.
In a recent interview with Frema Adunyame on Citi TV’s Breakfast Daily, the ‘Beyonce’ movie star, while answering a question in line with how she alter her work and family life divulged that; “My mum has been a great help. She’s been taking care of the kids while I’m working. If not for her, I would have had to put my career on hold.”
The mother of four, to a greater extent expressed her gratitude to her mum for taking care of her children while she works. According to Nadia, her mother has been a constant presence in her life, both professionally and personally. She added that her mum was the one who encouraged her to pursue a career in acting.
Nadia Buari is one of the stars of the highly anticipated Ghanaian movie “Coming to Africa”. The film, which also stars Nana Ama McBrown, David Dontoh, Py Addo Boateng, Nikki Samonas, and Paulina Oduro, will be premiered at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra and Kumasi on July 21-22, 2023.