Actor Emeka Enyiocha Reveals Why He Left Nollywood To Become A Beer Seller

Actor Emeka Enyiocha Reveals Why He Left Nollywood To Become A Beer Seller Banire Adekunle
Nollywood actor Emeka Enyiocha has revealed in an interview with Saturday beats the reason he left the Nollywood movie scene to sell beer...
actor emeka enyiocha reveals why he left nollywood to become beer seller
Nollywood actor Emeka Enyiocha has revealed in an interview with Saturday beats the reason he left the Nollywood movie scene to sell beer.


The actor claims he had to leave the industry because he got married and started having kids, so he was faced with more responsibilities.

in his words:

“I left the industry because I got married and I started having kids. Immediately I got married, I started having kids and I had more responsibilities to deal with. I had to be closer to my family and kids so that they would not call me uncle when they see me. Marriage and family slowed me down. It definitely slows someone down except you do not want to take care of your family. I tried to combine marriage with work because I was doing my production.
While I was away from the industry, I was into partnership with a close friend of mine. We did productions together. We did ‘The Patriot,’ which is a fight against fake drugs and adulterated products. We did ‘School,’ a movie about rich kids causing trouble in the school and we did ‘Champions of Our Time,’ in partnership with the Lagos State government. It is about the physically challenged and letting them to know that their status does not amount to a mental disability and we won so many awards with this film” he said.

The actor also said that while he was on hiatus, he explored other businesses of which one was to become a bar operator. He also said he learnt a lot from being a beer seller.

 “I left the industry because I got married and I started having kids. Immediately I got married, I started having kids and I had more responsibilities to deal with. I had to be closer to my family and kids so that they would not call me uncle when they see me. Marriage and family slowed me down. It definitely slows someone down except you do not want to take care of your family. I tried to combine marriage with work because I was doing my production.
While I was away from the industry, I was into partnership with a close friend of mine. We did productions together. We did ‘The Patriot,’ which is a fight against fake drugs and adulterated products. We did ‘School,’ a movie about rich kids causing trouble in the school and we did ‘Champions of Our Time,’ in partnership with the Lagos State government. It is about the physically challenged and letting them to know that their status does not amount to a mental disability and we won so many awards with this film” he said.

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