According to the CEO of ROK Studios, Nollywood has given her so much, so she wants the world to see the Nigerian film industry.
The CEO of ROK studios was recently featured on BBC series 'African Women You Need to Know' where she spoke about her career and future plans for Nollywood.
According to the actress who was once disregarded by a Nollywood actor for not being 'big enough,' she just wants to be 'bigger and better.'
"I went home and cried, but I had to be the best," she said. "There was no cutting corners. From that day, I put in twice as much work. Attention to details. I kept getting better, went back to school, kept improving."
"I just want to be bigger. I want to be better. I want to improve the technical aspect of production. I'm still going to go back to school. I will always be going back to school to learn more."
"I want to be a Nollywood evangelist. I want to spread the gospel of Nollywood. It has given me so much. It has made my dream come true, so I want the world to see Nollywood."
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Rok Studios, the Nigerian film studio, launched a brand new channel on Sky TV in the UK on Thursday, September 29, 2016.
The channel will also launch across Africa on the DStv platform on November 1, 2016.
Headed up by Mary Njoku, Rok Studios is popular for originals including "Husbands of Lagos," "Desperate Housegirls," "Losing Control" and"Cougars."