Call her princess, you’ll not be wrong because she was born by a King. With an innate desire to succeed, she was well lettered and educated in a field she is passionate about — entertainment. She loves getting involved with adventures that improve the lives of people, make them happy, smile and generally react to their environment.
She graduated from the prestigious Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Anambra state with her first degree in Theatre Arts/Filmmaking. While in the university, apart from her practicals which involves several tedious theatre productions and other entertainment projects.
Not done with education, she again proceeded with her Masters Degree in the University of Lagos where she studied Theatre Marketing.
Ever since her graduation, she engages in array of economic activities in order to achieve financial independence and be a helping hand to others as well. This is not in any way to suggest that her first love of filmmaking is taking a back seat.
At the moment, she works with Gertoni Horticulture, a company based in Abuja, the nation’s capital. She is equally the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mihl Nigerian Rice, a company that specialises in feeding the Nigerian masses in the area of quality rice production.
The organisation has several staff in the value chain, starting from cultivation to production and packaging, then transportation to its customers. The staff strength with started with just seven as the moment has increased to 25 with potential of increasing especially with the rising demand of its customers.
Mihl Nigerian Rice covers markets around the north central region of the country — FCT, Nasarawa, Benue, Niger and Plateau and some South Eastern states.
The numerous growth potentials offers opportunities for the company to expand its tentacles from the first quarter of 2024.
She is also the founder of Majestic Imperial Hands Limited, the magic finger in movie making.
The company is also into real estate and recently ventured into event planning and management.
Clocking one more fruitful year of her life gives her excitement. She has in the past dealt with several challenges, including near death experiences which she came out unhurt and even stronger.
“Clocking a new year means everything to me because in the past years, I have been in several near-death experiences. I’m happy I survived and I am a year older and wiser. I am happier I learnt from my challenges. I love the person I am today”, she told a team of journalists in her Abuja palatial home.
On what the future holds for her, she looks forward to it with a grit of optimism and firm determination.
As a script writer, she has an upcoming project, a full movie production expected to be completed by the month of December/January.
In her words, the production will be a bang and you, our esteemed reader will be eager to see it. Team of experts and a rich cast list has been put together to give you a thrilling movie experience.
Apart from just making profit, she equally intends to harvest talents in the industry, a way of empowering young Nigerians and get them pursue a career in the entertainment industry.
Listing what her hobbies are, she said, “music, teaching, writing. I also have a passion in music making, impacting lives”.
Plans also are ongoing to launch her foundation, a non-governmental organisation that will focus on ways to give a good life to the less-privileged in the society.
As she surges on in this journey of stardom, we wish her the best of luck and pray God to grant her the desires of her heart as she marks her birthday.
Happy birthday Njide!