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Fathia Balogun Williams Going Back To School To Study English “I’m A Struggling African Woman”

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Feb 12, 2014 – Fathia Balogun Williams Returning To School To Study English “I’m A Struggling African Woman”

As part of her preparatory plans for a film school she plans to open soon, Yemoja star, Fathia Balogun Williams is planning to return to school.

In a recent interview, the mother of three said:

“I am going back to school to study English. I need it, especially now that I will be opening a film school. I am a strong struggling African woman, so I need it“

When asked what she does besides acting, she said:

“I’m into business, I sell assorted wines and beautiful hair, and I’m going to have my own hair label soon, Fathia hair”.

The Delta born actress also revisited the case of her estranged husband, Saheed Balogun in a recent interview on Channels TV:

Fathia said she hasn’t divorced her hubby yet.

“I am still Fathia Balogun. I am still married to Saheed it’s just that we are separated. Well, we might consider coming back….what God has joined together let no man put asunder, but right now I’m not thinking about it, and I don’t want to talk about it right now”  She stated.

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11 Comments

  1. Tokunbo Rainbow

    February 12, 2014 at 10:09 PM

    It is not too late to do the right thing aunty I support you towo tese
    Education is the foundation for success

  2. Pretty Joyce

    February 12, 2014 at 10:11 PM

    Even the look on your faces tells me you are a struggler
    Take heart sister just hang in there

    • lily

      February 13, 2014 at 4:41 AM

      @joyce,sometimes I wonder if u r normal.calling herself a struggling woman doesn’t mean she is poor ok?aand that does give you the right to insult her.she is 45 yrs of age,she is old enough to be ur mother.Going back to schl at her age is a sign of a courageous woman.if she decided not to go,that doesn’t stop her career in life,afterall she speaks good English.pls don’t be ridiculous,and fake.joyce u need to watch it,u becoming to rude.watch ur back Benin girl.i know u wella

  3. Eunice Amadi

    February 12, 2014 at 10:13 PM

    Please don’t be a jack of all trades and master of none
    From what you said, I notice u have so many things on your mind
    u want to have your hair line and open a film school
    Please take one thing and run with it don’t do too many things it’s the easiest way to fail

  4. IJADUOLA

    February 13, 2014 at 12:05 AM

    Unfortunately Fathia, languages are not learnt in an institution as an adult for the purposes of proficiency. What I guess you want to do is just a window dressing of obtaining a certificate to decorate your office. Except English language certificate is required for setting up a drama school; I find it difficult to draw a link between your proposed school and your choice to go back to school to study English. Try and improve what you already know by communicating or interacting regularly with people who are very proficient in English language and you’ll be surprised the amount of improvements you’ll make, rather than going back to school just for the reasons of obtaining a certificate which I can assure you will not result in any mileage in the use of the language. Good Luck.

  5. parrot

    February 13, 2014 at 9:07 AM

    perhaps she’s luking 4 a degree to help her venture into bigger businesses, Anyways I tink she should hv done diz since nt nw, going to skul at an old age is nt easy at all, i knw sm women struggling in skul,bt hey, dia is no harm in trying, just plan well becouse u hv a career already

  6. jbliss topman

    February 13, 2014 at 10:29 AM

    Its a nice thing ma. You’ve chosen to do, I will advice you shut your ears to people’s comments and focus on achieving ur goal cos its only deef people dat makes it in life

  7. consort

    February 13, 2014 at 2:29 PM

    Xo na becauz of u wan go open film skul, u come see d importance of education abi? Ur wine nd hair saloon no dey giv u d moni wey u need? Dis woman sef nawa o. Na just hw pesin go dey pursue moni be wetin pesin dey think of diz dayz. Noone sef dey remember to help d oda peeps wey need am plenty. Mtcheewww

  8. mrs ohio alias mrs ERANKO

    February 13, 2014 at 3:25 PM

    I WISH YOU GOOD LUCK , PLEASE DO WHATEVER YOU LIKE TO IMPROVE YOURSELF , I AM THE ONLY ONLY ONE WHO UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU REALLY MEAN BY GOING BACK TO SCHOOL

    BECAUSE AS YOU GROW IN BUSINESS, YOU WILL REALIZE THAT YOU NEED BUSINESS ENGLISH.

    PLEASE, YOU CAN READ YOUR ENGLISH UP TO YOUR MASTER DEGREE.
    PLEASE ,DO NOT LISTEN TO ALL THESE SO CALLED LOOSER,MR ONE WAY TRAFFIC , WHO THINK YOU SHOULD JUST DO ONE THING.

    USE YOUR MONEY TO EDUCATE YOURSELF , BECAUSE THERE MIGHT BE SO MANY THING YOU MISSED WHEN YOU ARE GROWING UP.

    I LOVE YOU, I WISH YOU SUCCESSFUL IN EVERYTHING YOU DO.

  9. ADE OLUWALOMOLA

    February 14, 2014 at 10:26 AM

    Except this is part of the requirements for setting up a film school, if not, there is no development in terms of language that you cannot get with your status. Anyway, I also can’t discourage you from taking this decision because of its benefits to you as a person (additional certificate).

  10. Fola

    February 17, 2014 at 4:34 PM

    God will help u

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