Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim who has been referred to as the “Most Beautiful West African Woman” according to A-listers Magazine, has always proved to be a woman who’s capable of surviving in any condition she finds herself.
And the latest challenges she’s seemingly facing are nothing compared to the past obstacles she encountered while on her way to stardom. Yet the actress didn’t give up her dreams.
The half-cast actress, via her Instagram page, opened up on how she’s balancing motherhood, pursuing her degree programme in Marketing and Communications and dealing with her celebrity status and at the same time, managing her business.
According to her, it has been highly challenging, even though she’s getting support from her family, and the institution she’s pursuing her degree programme, Berkeley College.
“Balancing motherhood, pursuing my marketing and communications degree at @berkeleycollege, managing my own business, and dealing with celebrity status has been challenging.
“Despite the difficulties, the support from the #BerkeleyCollege faculty, my family, and my incredible support system has made my entire adult education journey rewarding. I’m excited to begin this new semester,” she wrote.
Juliet Ibrahim has also starred in some Nigerian movies. Her first Nollywood film was Yankee Boys.