To me, the way I am now is the way God wants me to be.
During my Secondary school days, I travelled to Aba to sojourn briefly with my aunty.I sat for my JSCE in Aba before returned to Lagos for my SSCE. Then as a child I was in “Tales By Moonlight”, “Kiddies Vision 101”.I have been doing all these kiddies stuffs with NTA since my Primary School days.The only period I had a break from acting was when I went to Aba to stay with my aunty.I also stopped acting for a while when I got an admission into Federal Polytecnic, Oko, in Anambra State.When I was in Oko, I did a bit of modelling because modelling was a lot easier than acting.
While acting takes you from one place to place, you can do modelling within the area you are based. Whatever happened to anyone in this life God must have allowed it to happen. When I was growing up in the industry I had friends that are now bigger than I am.
After my education and the National Youth Service Corps in 2006, I came back to Lagos and since then, I have been doing one job or the other. There is a belief that some stars worked their way through; while others either slept their way through or simply got lucky. Someone like Genevieve Nnaji, we all grew up together in the industry and we were like friends, moving around from one place to another, looking for jobs but today she is everywhere in the world. Because I am not like her today doesn’t mean anything to me.
By Ayo Onikoyi Cynthia Agholor will tell anyone who cares to listen that she has been having a wonderful time in Nollywood even though she started acting as a child many years ago.
What has not been kind to her, as Cynthia is certain to tell you, is the media who have continued to spread negative stories about her.
Beautiful, busty and brainy, Cythia is a simple woman who will rather have a glass of wine instead of going all the way even with the man of her dream, out of wedlock. Where did you grow up and what was it like growing up? Though I can’t speak Yoruba fluently but I understand the language.
In this chat with Showtime Celebrity, she opens up on variety of scandals trailing her career and why she prefers dating a white guy to a black man. I didn’t get to mingle freely with Yoruba people because we lived on Herbert Macaulay Road where we don’t have many Yorubas. Jude Primary and Secondary Schools, in Ebute Metta.