|Me @ 9|
I don't know it all, and I'm looking forward to getting some good advice from you.
I've been watching Mo's new channel since I got home from work today.
I see Mo, I see myself.
Cos frankly, that's the dream I have always had for myself.
At some point, I couldn't watch anymore, so I move over to BET and there's Chris Tucker hosting the BET Awards.
Then I remember my university days. I used to host shows, beauty pageants, club events, I actually was the Vice President of Rotaract Club, FUTO when I was in school, my 2nd/3rd year.
But I didn't let that stop me from hosting shows, cos I looooved it.
Then I think to myself, I will be 29 this August, August 12, is it too late for me to retrace my steps and build the career I have always dreamt of - being an Entertainment Entrepreneur. Take Nigerian celebrity entertainment news beyond what it is today.
At 29, 7 years in banking now, is there still hope for me being the next Mo Abudu?
I really need your advice. please talk to me.
Then I remember how my steps got into this path and am like.... was my dad wrong when he didn't let me submit my jamb form after I had told him I wanted to study Theater Arts?
Or was it God directing my life through my dad when he made me choose Chemical Engineering instead, cos to him me studying Theatre Arts was me going to waste the A1 I scored in Maths, Physics, Biology, Chemistry NECO 2000 and A1 in Maths WAEC 2000.
During this program on Mo's channel, I heard her say she needed a cohost who was below 30. I will be 30 next year.
I've been thinking, I am so confused. Can I still succeed in entertainment at my age?