"Controversies are part of being in the spotlight"

"Controversies ar part of being in the spotlight; whether as am ordinary achiever, a successful business person, an athlete etc," she told Encomium magazine

Omoni Oboli

Omoni Oboli is a producer, actress, wife and mother but she has managed to suceed in all four deprtments just fine despite been slammed occasionally by the press.

The actress tells Encomiuim magazine that she doesn't "look at it as combining because I always say 'I've got to do what I've got to do'. That's life!"

However, after being slammed over her famous revealing dress to the Aso Rock in Abuja last year, the actress opened up about her thoughts on controversies:

"Controversies ar part of being in the spotlight; whether as am ordinary achiever, a successful business person, an athlete etc," she explained to the mag. "The fact that you want to aspire to be great eexposes you to scrutiny and right or wrong perceptions." she told the mag.

Oboli further shared on how her family see her: "I just live my life, and I'm glad that I have a familyu who still see me as who I amm and not as a celebrity. So I can live a normal life at home," she said.  "Controversies come  with trying to feed the perceptions out there and some come without you going to look for it," she added.

However, she didn't end there, "Whatever the case, I try to stick with what I know and I'm confortable with, and if it sparks off controversy in the future, I pray that it would not be something that I do out of foolishness," she said.

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