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'My family supersedes my career' - Actress

The actress revealed in an interview that her movie career cannot interfere with the dedication she has for her family.

Omoni Oboli for Genevieve Magazine

She disclosed this while reacting to a question concerning how she has been able to joggle her acting career with her husband and children.

According to The Nation News, she said, “For me, I have always known the most important things in life; and one of the most import things is my family and they come first.

"That’s why as an actor, you don’t see me jumping from one set to the other.

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“I don’t do it, because I have got to have time with my family. There are times that I don’t do anything for months; you will only see me marketing my movies online and other channels.

"You will not actively see me on movie sets. That is because I plan to have quality time with my family."

Oboli who recently received a Pacesetters recognition at the Investiture Awards 2016 organized by  the Film Video Producers and Marketers Association of Nigeria.

She is married to book author, Nnamdi Oboli and they have three children together.

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