Omoni Oboli, actress and film director, says it’s witchcraft for people to think bringing others down is the only way to rise.

The award-winning actress disclosed this on her social media page on Thursday, in what appeared to be a new year charge to her over two million followers.

She enjoined people to rather dissipate more attention on developing themselves in year 2020, not mulling how to frustrate those fighting hard to achieve their dreams.

“I’m a very ambitious person and I’ve learnt to stop apologizing for it. I also believe very strongly that we can ALL win together,” she wrote on Instagram.

If you think bringing someone else down is the only way you can climb, darling, that’s witchcraft right there!  We are all striving to be better than we were yesterday.

“Stop talking about other people! HUSTLE on your lane!!! I’m not going to dump down to make you feel better. Get up let’s go!  PS: If you really can’t stand the heat, honey, leave the kitchen! It’s 2020 #Omonifam, let’s win.”

Born on 22 April, 1978, the talented scriptwriter and film director kickstarted her movie career in 1996 when she featured as a secretary in ‘Bitter Encounter.’

She has since become a household name in the movie industry spearheading several award-winning projects.

Her latest was ‘Love is War,’ which featured Richard Mofe-Damijo (RMD) veteran Nollywood actor among others.



Copyright 2020 TheCable. All rights reserved. This material, and other digital content on this website, may not be reproduced, published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or in part without prior express written permission from TheCable.

Follow us on twitter @Thecablestyle