The model, ex-beauty queen (Miss Akwa-Ibom 2003 and 2nd runner-up Miss Nigeria 2004), actress and beautiful mother of one tells City People magazine how she met her director husband, Jeta Amata.
"He was the one that came to conduct my first interview in Calabar. I went in for an audition and he asked me to read a line. After I did, he was like 'wow, you read it so well'. After I got the role, we started shooting and one day he just walked up to me and said 'Look, I am going to marry you.' And I was like, you are kidding me, I'm 16 going on 17 and he said no problem, I will wait. He waited for six years. That was one of the things that caught my fancy, he was so honourable."