Numerous motion picture fans may be stunned to discover that, in spite of the fact that she is entirely mainstream among her partners, star performing artist Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde has no companion in Nollywood. The performer uncovered this much about her association with her kindred actors in another meeting with amusement journalist Chux Ohai.
She said:
“I don’t have close friends in Nollywood. Everybody is my colleague. Maybe it is because I live very far way from so many people in the industry. Secondly, I’m not very good at visiting people. I don’t have that kind of luxury.
Omotola also counted herself as fortunate to have been married at a young age. And with a hint of sympathy for upwardly mobile Nigerian women who are still unable to walk down the aisle, especially some of her fellow female artistes, explained the reason why they are finding it difficult to get married.

“If I hadn’t been married earlier, I probably would not be by now. I don’t know if any other man would have been able to handle me the way my husband has done. It is not because I am a bad person. I am actually a very strong woman.

“At a point, you might become so confused and wonder if any man will ever love you for who you are. But, if you are not a very grounded person, you too can contribute to your own problems. I consider myself to be lucky to remain married.”
Asked if she had ever considered the fact that her daughter, who is now 18, could get married any time and she would end up becoming a grandmother before her 40th birthday, Omotola replied,
“I don’t care much about it. I don’t even want to think about that because I got married early. What I always tell people is that all fingers are not equal. The fact that I got married early does not mean that my own child will get married early. My mother didn’t marry early. So it is not hereditary. But if my daughter wants to get married early and I like the guy and If I see that he is responsible enough, why not?”
Most people might be wrong to assume that the stunning pretty actress live in highbrow areas in Lagos, such as the Lekki Peninsular. But she lives in a simple neighbourhood in the lowly Iyana-Oba area of the metropolis and she is proud of it.