Entertainment of 2013-12-21

I leave my audiences to God - Nadia Buari

Popular actress Nadia Buari has displayed a part of her that majority of Ghanaians are not privy to, as she has dropped hints about her Christian faith.

The ‘Beyonce’ actress told a section of Ghanaian media at her press conference at the Golden Tulip weeks ago that she believes in God and as a result she would leave issues of whether people would be attending the premiere of her first produced movie or not, to God.

The beautiful actress would be premiering her movie titled, ‘The Diary of Imogen Brown’ on December 23, at the Accra International Conference Centre, the same day the popular and controversial duo, FOKN Bois, made up of Wanlov the Kubolor and Mensa are also premiering the sequel to their ‘Cos Ov Moni’ movie at the National Theatre.

However, the actress who was last Saturday captured being dragged away from media cameras by her rumoured boy lover, Jim Iyke, during the Ovation Carols and Awards Night, sounded unperturbed about the competition for audiences.

“I’m leaving that to God to decide,” she said.

‘The Diary of Imogen Brown’ is directed and produced by Nadia Buari and it is a true life story themed on the usage of drugs. It stars Nadia Buari, Jim Iyke, Soraya Mensah and a host of other names.