Popular nollywood actress, Biola Bayo, popularly known as Biola Eyin Oka, by her fans have said that she once hawked bread to survive. The actress made this known on her Instagram page when she posted a picture of herself hawking bread along the street. She said she asked different things on the street but she was more popular with bread. Biola said the bread was the last thing she hawked on the street before she gained admission into the University of Lagos.
The actress revealed that she lost four different admissions because she could not afford to pay the fees but today she has finished her master's degree. Biola said though the journey has not been easy God has been faithful.
The actress said "the reason for my epistle is to encourage someone, please don't give up on your dreams. I am not there yet but I am not where I used to be."
Fans have however reacted to the post. They said they were inspired by her story. Biola Bayo is a popular nollywood actress. She is known as Biola Eyin Oka by her fans. She has acted in several movies and won several awards.
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