Ghanaian actress and producer Nadia Buari has said, if not for her beloved mother’s constant presence in her life, her movie career would have been on hold.
Speaking on Citi TV in advance of the July 21 and 22 premieres of her newest film, “Coming to Africa,” at the Silverbird theaters in Accra and Kumasi
In this masterwork by Anwar Jamison, Nadia co-stars with well-known performers Nana Ama McBrown, David Dontoh, Py Addo Boateng, Nikki Samonas, and Paulina Oduro.
The ‘Beyonce’ actress thanked her mother for encouraging her to pursue an acting career in a submission about how she balances her job and family life.
“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.”
She has starred in several movies both in Ghana and internationally, in 2014 she produced her first movie titled “The Diary of Imogene Brown.”