Meet This Talented Actress That Studied Accounting Instead of Theatre Arts.
Eniola Ajao is not only an actress but also a model, an ambassador and also a script interpreter.
She hails from Lagos State and she also grew up there.
Her passion for acting started right from her primary school but when she made her parents know about it they disagreed because her father was a teacher so he means it big time that she must study a commercial course which Is accounting so that her daughter could be part of the banking and finance sector.
Due to her father decision, she entered yabatech to study accounting but it was during that time that she came across Adesanya Adesina and started working with him.
When she wanted to enter the University due to the affinity she now has for the course she chose to study accounting again and also to fulfil her parents wish for her.
When she finally graduated from the University of Lagos she didn't use her certificate to work but she rather went into acting full-time. It was then that she joined Odunlade Adekola Movie industry.
When she finally told her parents about her decision to go into the movie industry they supported her because she has now learned and educated and can fit in whatever kind of action she wants to take.
Her first movie is titled Igba Aimo and was produced in the year 2004. She said it was not easy at first because it was difficult to face the camera, but as time goes on she got adapted to it.
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